Very pleased that my first post on government 2.0 is now live on fortune.com. Check it out and let me know what you think.
The government 2.0 movement is about change, real change, and how to use the power of tech to empower the public. Here’s how it will work, and who’s already behind it. By John Moore, contributor There is a movement underway, called Government 2.0, a movement is crucial to our future as a society and one that’s I’m a part of — an insider … Read More
As I write about The Social Ecosystem I regularly remind people that 80% of organizational challenges are common across industries, sectors, geographies. In other words, while this article is focused on government it applies equally well to small and medium businesses, enterprises, etc…
“Government 2.0 is a citizen-centric philosophy/strategy where results are often driven by partnerships between citizens and government. It is focused entirely on achieving goals through increased efficiency, better management, information transparency, and citizen engagement and most often leverages newer technologies to achieve the desired outcomes.”
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Denis Pombriant is someone who consistently provides great information and insights. When I saw this post about the subscription economy I felt that it was worth sharing as this is a direction we are clearly headed.
Let me know what you think.
Zuora is touting a new idea called the subscription economy. It’s not radical and others might have had the idea before but I was not aware of it. The subscription economy is just what it sounds like and it reiterates the reality we see all around us. Today, the company announced the release of its flagship product, Z-Commerce for the Cloud, at GigaOM’s Structure 2010 event in San Francisco. Z-Commerce for the Cloud targets the growing market … Read More