Posted in Public Administration

°Why top-down “guided” innovation cannot work

A top-down planning – by the Government – of the Market (and, more particularly, of Innovation) is perhaps possible in the Incremental development moments of…

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Posted in Consumerism 2.0 Ecology Politics 2.0 Public Administration

The question of responsibility (and the proper functioning of the Society)

Issues related to human-made communities (Family, sports team, Society, Market, etc.) are related to the awareness in which each individual of that community acts. ….

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Posted in Bottom-Up Market crowd-ization Governance 2.0 Politics 2.0 Public Administration

The need for participation in the Public Administration

Market and Government operate in a strictly integrated way. For this reason it is not possible to deal solely with improving the Market. But it is also necessary in some way
to reform the Government system.
As in the Market it is necessary to integrate the Customer in the Product creation process, in Government it is necessary to develop Participatory Policies.

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Posted in Governance 2.0 Public Administration

Is an innovation of the current forms of Government possible?

1) THE CURRENT SYSTEM CAN NOT BE IMPROVED, BUT IT MUST BE INNOVATED IN DISRUPTIVE MODE. it is not a question of corruption, that is, of “bad guys

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Posted in Innovation New Trends Public Administration

The lack of a real Innovation

Today there is no real innovation (attractive and sustainable for Customer), both by the part of the Big Player of the Market and by the part of the Public Administration. ► the Public Administration continues to be oriented towards costly (insustanable) solutions ► the Big Players of the Market continue to develop a pseudo-innovation █ THE LACK OF A VALUE-ORIENTED INNOVATION (effectively useful and sustainable): it is necessary

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