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e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 1 Executive Master in e-Governance e-Forum 2006 Forum Annuel de l’Administration Numérique Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 Gianluca Misuraca Managing Director, Executive Master in e-Governance, EPFL firstname.lastname@example.org Governance “with and of” ICTs: the need for new institutional designs
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 2 Executive Master in e-Governance Outlook Welcome to EPFL EPFL’s e-Governance Perspective Needs for new institutional designs The e-Gov@EPFL learning journey…
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 3 Executive Master in e-Governance Welcome to EPFL!
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 4 Executive Master in e-Governance
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 5 Executive Master in e-Governance Educate and train future scientists, engineers and architects Conduct cutting-edge research Transfer knowledge to create jobs Mission
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 6 Executive Master in e-Governance 6’500Students 240Faculty members (FTE) 3200 Staff Federal budget424 Mio CHF (2004) External funding132 Mio CHF Total556 Mio CHF = approx. 490 Mio USD Campus EPFL : 55 ha Buildings : 365’000 m 2 Overview
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 7 Executive Master in e-Governance In an average year:… 8 - 12 start-ups 70 - 90 patent filings 20 - 30 patents allowed 30 - 100 license contracts Technology transfer@EPFL
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 8 Executive Master in e-Governance
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 9 Executive Master in e-Governance The Learning Center
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 10 Executive Master in e-Governance EPFL ’ s Schools SB Basic Sciences STI Engineering Sciences and Techniques I&C Computer and Communication Sciences ENAC Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering = 6’500 Management of technology (doctoral and postgraduate students) 22 % 28 % 23 % 2 % SV Life Sciences Total number of students including graduate students, excl. CMS (1.12.2003)
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 11 Executive Master in e-Governance EPFL’s e-Governance perspective networkinnovation industrygovernance new institutional designs for a changing world egov@EPFL.ch
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 12 Executive Master in e-Governance Civil Society Civil Society The Changing World… Globalisation Supranational National Regional/Local Economic Pressure Economic Pressure Multi Level Multi Actor/Sector Private Sector Private Sector Public Sector Public Sector Multidimensional Impact « Dynamic Tension » Institutional Reconfiguration State Transformation Organisational Change ICTs
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 13 Executive Master in e-Governance..the role of “e”… Institutional Reconfiguration ICTs as a collective Problem Solving ICTs as a Factor of Transformation the “e” Organisational Transformation Civil Society Private Sector Public Sector Supranational level National level Regional/Local level Policy Making Regulation Service Delivery State Transformation Multifunction of the State
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 14 Executive Master in e-Governance The e… perspective ICTsState Transformation are in continuous « Dynamic Tension » where the «key» is often considered JUST how the User/Customer is served and how ICTs can contribute to increase their satisfaction Network Industries Post TLCs & Media Law & Order Energy Water Health Environment Transportation e-Government it is NOT enough..
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 15 Executive Master in e-Governance Defining e-Government Policy Making Regulation Service Delivery Multifunction of the State e-Government Better and more efficient administration; More effective inter-administration and government-business relations; User-empowering servicing and more transparent access of citizens to policy-making decisions. New e-Challenges.. Risk of «mirroring» & low cost-benefit impact Often a fashionable political solution to the Internet bubble!!!
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 16 Executive Master in e-Governance e-Government «maturity»?!? Will the messianic auspices be achieved in 2020?
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 17 Executive Master in e-Governance Open questions… How ICTs will (or will not) contribute to redefining the practice of governance in the future? How the emerging e-Gov benchmarking and measurement models will allow to ascertain the reality behind the figures (see e-Readiness, sophistication, contribution to GDP, etc)? Why and how separate the ICTs4D or eG4D impacts from the numerous other developments and processes taking places at the same time in a specific targeted territorial area? Or in other words: are we talking about the impact of ICTs on the economy and society at large or about different and overlapping Information Society phenomena?
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 18 Executive Master in e-Governance State Transformation Organisational Transformation ICTs and other Forces of Change Multiple Levels Multiple Actors/Sectors Civil Society Private Sector Public Sector Organisational Boundary Blurring Institutional Reconfiguration Governance e-Governance as a «transactional space»
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 19 Executive Master in e-Governance e-Governance: coping with the multi-dimensional nature of ICTs ICTs as monitoring, productivity and communication Tools ICTs as Structural Effect transforming society ICTs as Industrial Domain of their own Governance «with» ICTs Governance «of» ICTs Management of technology Policy-making
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 20 Executive Master in e-Governance Governance «with and of» ICTs From “Change I Type” to “Change II Type”: Change I: mere digital translation of existing services (ICT-driven); Change II: e-Governance type of interactions and collective-problem solving negotiation = the art of reconfiguring processes, tasks, roles and if necessary, institutions. Policy Making Regulation Service Delivery The e-Governance perspective Collective problem-solving oriented Open to learning, innovation & institutional reconfiguration Empowerment, transparency, democracy Governments, Parliaments, Administrations Regulators Firms, Industry, Associations Citizens, Users, Associations Multi-level, multi-sector, multi-actor
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 21 Executive Master in e-Governance Emerging e-Governance Challenges Addressing e-Governance Challenges State Transformation Organisational Transformation Multiple Levels Multiple Actors/Sectors On the Risk Management Side On the Opportunity Management Side Accessibility Accountability Participation Transparency Compliance Security Identity Trust & reputation Cross-boundaries ICTs and other Forces of Change Learning Innovation Creativity Networking Interoperability Openess, Shared-services, etc
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 22 Executive Master in e-Governance Need for new e-Leaders… Generic Skills Performance Measurement Specialized Skills + e-Governance Skills for New Institutional Design Intermediation & Negotiation Networking & resource-pooling Cross-Sector Partnership-building Innovation Management Strategic Thinking and Problem Solving Strategic Management & Evaluation Managing New Business Models/shared services Analysis and Implementation of complex ICT-based projects Managing Changes & facing multi-cultural settings Interfacing Multi-Stakeholder situations Project/Program Management
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 23 Executive Master in e-Governance e-Leadership Capacities… manage complex ICT-based projects and programs, and implement organizational changes to improve productivity and service quality master technological infrastructure in both the public and the private sectors, with a particular focus on Internet Technologies’ governance and economics design and enable institutional solutions with high-acceptability profile foster innovation and knowledge for organizational learning, performance measurement, risk assessment and control, regulation and legal frameworks anticipate changes, making-use of strategic intelligence, technological assessment and foresight state-of-the-art methodologies cope with the upcoming decision and policy-making options that the next generations infrastructures will bring about establish and lead specialized e-networks and e-communities ensure sustainability of ICT-based projects and e-Governance initiatives, with a particular regard to ICTs for development and electronic participation design and steer cross-sector partnerships, as well as managing the outsourcing of processes and the deployment of interfaces with the civil- society in a user-centric perspective; and demonstrate EFFECTIVE leadership in actual innovative environments.
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 24 Executive Master in e-Governance The e-Gov learning journey EPFL’s e-Governance Executive Master program (e-Gov) aims at providing current and future leaders of public, private and third sectors with the necessary professional skills so as to enable them to make optimal use of the ICTs when it comes to managing organizations, designing institutions, and crafting innovative and empowering governance mechanisms. From e-Government to e-Governance e-Gov Policies & Strategies e-Gov Key Features & Dynamic Tension Network Industries Policy, Analysis & Management Technology Assessment & Foresight In e-Gov Related Domains Organizational & Institutional Change ICTs for Democracy & Development Core Content Specialization Knowledge Management & Business Model Redesign Mobile Organization Risk Management Measuring & Assessing ICTs Impact Innovation & Regulation Dynamics Security & Identity Management Industries Telecommunication Transport Education Health Tourism Postal service Energy A unique training program for current and future e-Leaders
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 25 Executive Master in e-Governance Adult education with diversified and participative pedagogy One-year part-time (to allow Executive work) 12-week residential (4 modules of 3 weeks each) Distance learning expert coaching and mentoring “Innovation Projects” (Action-Research) Specialized worldwide First-class Network of experts 4 One-Day “Open Event” on different e-Gov key issues A total of 760 “contact” hours (60 ETCS); EPFL Degree of Executive Master in e-Governance! Key Features
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 26 Executive Master in e-Governance e-Governance Academy, Tallin, Estonia e-Governance Institute, Peking University, Beijing, China Mc Gill University, CIPP, Montreal, Canada Syracuse University, School of Information Studies, USA Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan School of Governance, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea Delft, University of Technology, The Netherlands University of Tampere, Finland Core Partners
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 27 Executive Master in e-Governance Other Partners Other academic institutions; Governmental Organizations and Agencies; Industry & Private Sector Organizations; Third Sector Organizations; Foundations and associations; Donors and International Organizations.
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 28 Executive Master in e-Governance Overall Structure Beijing, Hebei, Shanghai Starting: 4 sept. 2006 Pre-term Montreal, Ottawa Tallin 2007 Barcelona Lausanne 1 Seoul Tokyo 234 New York, Washington Syracuse x 4 Open events Finishing end of August 2007 Innovation project focus period Master thesis May 7- 25, 2007 July 2-22, 2007 Oct 2- 20, 2006 Jan 22 – Feb 9, 2007 1 2 3 Oct. 14, 2006 Feb 10, 2007 May 19, 2007 2006 eGov Master 2007/08 July 21, 20074
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 29 Executive Master in e-Governance UTa e-Gov 2006/07
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 30 Executive Master in e-Governance Get on board… departing date is 4 September 2006!!! Save the date: 14 October 2006, “Open Event” on: “Shaping the Open World of tomorrow: identity management & security threats at regional & local level”, in partnership with Sun Microsystems, Liberty Alliance & others…
e-Forum 2006, Casablanca, Maroc, 21-22 Juin 2006 © 2006 Gianluca Misuraca, EPFL-CDM-MIR 31 Executive Master in e-Governance Enjoy the journey! Info & Networking: email@example.com http://egov.epfl.ch
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