Reflections and Proposals on Public Officials Training and Promotion of E-Government

Reflections and Proposals on Public Officials Training and Promotion of E-Government

Graciela M. Falivene (National Institute of Public Administration, Argentina) and Graciel M. Silva (National Institute of Public Administration, Argentina)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/jegr.2008040104
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Argentina is a country characterized by successive discontinuities and heavily conditioned by a troubled politicalinstitutional history. This article will argue that only the interaction and coherence between training and management systems created simultaneously as the dynamic expression of change can result in public organizations in tune with the characteristics of the knowledge society. Only those projects that have incorporated from their inception selfregulation, interaction, and readjustment mechanisms may provide answers in times that are difficult to compare with other periods in public administrations. The nation’s problems have never been as complex as they are today, nor did we have tools as powerful as the ICTs to solve them. From a complexity approach, it explores the synergic bonds between the promotion of e-government (EG) and the training and learning processes of public officials.

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