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Sherif

TOWARDS GOVERNMENT 2.0: AN ISSUES PAPER [final], paragraph 27

I think a great example of this is what is already being done by the OpenAustralia foundation with OpenAustralia.org

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Posted August 23, 2009  12:29 pm
TOWARDS GOVERNMENT 2.0: AN ISSUES PAPER [final], paragraph 12, replying to simonfj

I thought communication is already implied through “promote collaboration” – you have to communicate to collaborate.

Perhaps you could broaden this to include 'communication' (somewhere). ICT has been accepted for some years now, and the (real time) C is always ignored. If you listen to people from global orgs like the world bank (mike foley at that questnet uri) most knowledge is tacit = people need to speak after they've read something.

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Posted August 23, 2009  12:26 pm