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Invitation to minitrack "DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND GOVERNMENT: EMPOWERING BUSINESSES AND CITIZENS"

Title:
Invitation to minitrack "DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND GOVERNMENT: EMPOWERING BUSINESSES AND CITIZENS"
Abstract:
Since 1968, the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) has been known worldwide as the longest-standing working scientific conferences in Information Technology Management. Electronic Government, or more recently Smart Government, or actual Digital Government is a multidisciplinary research domain. This minitrack focuses on how digital transformation (DT) in government can empower society, fundamentally changing how government information and services operate and deliver value to citizens and organizations. This minitrack therefore explores the complexities of effectively governing, organizing, and managing the transformational potential of digital and smart government. In­creasing­ly, this process involves interorganizational collaboration and the co-creation of value, multi-sector and cross-jurisdictional networks, and the management of a large variety of relationships with internal and external stakeholders. By empowering society/citizens and engaging them in civic action, digital transformations create social impacts in many fields. To define future research directions, practice, and implications for governments, communities, and society at large, it is important to develop an improved understanding of the relationships between digital transformations and innovations. The topics of this MT include but are not limited to - Factors affecting DT and innovation in and with public administrations - DT-driven innovations in specific domains such as health care, emergency services, political processes, identity management, etc. - Citizen participation with administrations and governments to address DT - Innovation in civic engagement - Knowledge management as part of DT - Citizen political discussion and mobilization on social media, and the possibility of citizen value co-creation as part of innovative engagement approaches - Social media platforms that facilitate two-way communication with government entities and their citizens - DT that makes cities smarter, enhance workplace efficiency, and improves the lives of citizens - Global/cultural factors affecting including impacts and cross-national interactions. We are looking for high-quality conference papers that adopt a wide range of approaches on content, case studies, or practical and theoretical models to advance this area of research. The papers submitted to this MT must be new and unpublished. The following sample questions should inspire you to submit a worthwhile paper: - To what extent is DT evident in the development of strategies? - Does DT actually lead to a more intensive exchange of ideas and more active participation? - Are the business processes of public administrations currently becoming more transparent to citizens and businesses? - How does the design of digital technologies and social media platforms influence the types of responses made, and how does it affect interactions and the forming of opinions and innovation? - What are the critical issues related to privacy, information leakage, and the blurring of boundaries between private and public spheres, and what impact do they have? - Is there a need to clarify the challenges thrown up by DT, and shoul an awareness of them be developed in the public at large? - How do actors use DT and process changes to influence other actors and to create innovation? - Which new trends in DT might be worth discussing and should be reflected upon?
Year:
2019
Publication type:
Conference contribution
Conference:
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (HICSS-53)
Book title:
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (HICSS-53)
Publisher:
2404 Maile Way D307, Honolulu HI 96822, USA: Department of IT Management, Shidler College of Business University of Hawaii at Manoa
Series:
Track Digital Government / Minitrack Digital Transformation
Pages:
k.A.
Language:
English
Document status:
Open access
PubListerURL:
https://publister.bib.th-wildau.de/publister/public/publication/2701
Keywords:
Digital Transformation, Meeting Abstract
Scholl, M., Hughes, J., & AlAwadhi, S. (2019). Invitation to minitrack "DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND GOVERNMENT: EMPOWERING BUSINESSES AND CITIZENS" In HICSS Conference Office, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (HICSS-53) (pp. k.A.). 2404 Maile Way D307, Honolulu HI 96822, USA: Department of IT Management, Shidler College of Business University of Hawaii at Manoa (Track Digital Government / Minitrack Digital Transformation).
@inproceedings{2701,
    author           = {Scholl, Margit and Hughes, Jerald and AlAwadhi, Suha},
    title            = {Invitation to minitrack "DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND GOVERNMENT: EMPOWERING BUSINESSES AND CITIZENS" : Track "Digital Goverment" at HICSS-53 conference (2020)},
    editor           = {HICSS Conference Office},
    year             = {2019},
    month            = {February},
    pages            = {k.A.},
    publisher        = {Department of IT Management, Shidler College of Business University of Hawaii at Manoa},
    series           = {Track Digital Government / Minitrack Digital Transformation},
    address          = {2404 Maile Way D307, Honolulu HI 96822, USA},
    booktitle        = {Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (HICSS-53)},
    url              = {https://hicss.hawaii.edu/tracks-53/digital-government/#digital-transformation-and-government-empowering-businesses-and-citizens-minitrack},
}


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