ARTYKUŁ ORYGINALNY
Prowadzenie organizacji publicznych za pomocą technologii informatycznej. Wyzwanie przedsiębiorczości
 
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Parthenope University of Naples, Department of Business and Economics
Data publikacji: 23-03-2021
 
NSZ 2021;16(1):71–85
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
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STRESZCZENIE
Technologia stawia przedsiębiorczości wyzwania, jeśli chodzi o ponowne ustalenie demokratycznych i otwartych rządów. Budowanie rządu cyfrowego pomaga przekształcić organizacje publiczne w instytucje, które zachęcają obywateli do udziału w pracach rządu. Celem badania jest wyjaśnienie, w jaki sposób technologia prowadzi do wykorzystania przedsiębiorczości w zakresie ponownego wynalezienia oraz budowania otwartego i cyfrowego rządu. Technologia w rządzie przyczynia się do demokratyzacji życia publicznego i poprawy jakości świadczenia usług publicznych, a jednocześnie poprawia jakość życia obywateli. Pobudzanie zmian w sektorze publicznym opiera się na podtrzymywaniu potrzeby przedsiębiorczości publicznej opartej na technologii po-przez ponowne przemyślenie organizacji publicznych jako platform opartych na technologii, które przyczynia-ją się do wspólnego tworzenia wartości publicznej i społecznej poprzez utrzymanie koprodukcji usług w celu ponownego odkrycia aktywnej roli obywateli w pracach rządu.
 
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