The Future of IT in the Public Sector
In this 5-minute video, Professor Jerry Mechling of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government looks at the future of technical innovation. He argues that what we've...
In this 5-minute video, Professor Jerry Mechling of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government looks at the future of technical innovation. He argues that what we've seen before--automation, 24 x 7 availability, and streamlined operations--are just the tip of the iceberg. Going forward, we'll see more fundamentally transformative shifts, and he uses the example of New York's 311 system to illustrate his point.
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