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The Responsibility of Government in Building Civic Engagement

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016 - 13:55
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 12:35
We should all see it as part of our civic duty to contribute toward the common good. However, many people do not connect with the governing process in a meaningful way. Perhaps this is where government can do more by further engaging citizens and driving civic awareness. Fortunately, there are a number of ways, already tested at multiple levels of government, that citizens can interact with public organizations and contribute to improved services for all.  Such examples are summarized below, and provide excellent models for government to enhance citizen engagement.

Conversation with Authors Series with Satish Nambisan on "Engaging Citizens in Co-Creation in Public Services"

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 - 13:11
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Is the emerging vision of government as a platform too farfetched and unrealistic? Or does it portend a new era of citizen engagement in public service innovation? What are the distinct roles for citizens in public service co-creation and problem-solving? Are there strategies for creating an environment for co-creation? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions with the Satish Nambisan, co-author of "Engaging Citizens in Co-Creation in Public Services."
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Mon, 01/05/2015
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Is the emerging vision of government as a platform too farfetched and unrealistic? Or does it portend a new era of citizen engagement in public service innovation? What are the distinct roles for citizens in public service co-creation and problem-solving? Are there strategies for creating an environment for co-creation? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions with the Satish Nambisan, co-author of Engaging Citizens in Co-Creation in Public Services.

Engaging Citizens in Co-Creation in Public Services

Monday, January 6th, 2014 - 13:24
Professors Nambisan and Nambisan present an innovative framework from which to view citizen “co-creation,” which refers to the development of new public services by citizens in partnership with governments. The authors present four roles that citizens can play in the co-creation of public services: explorer, ideator, designer, and diffuser, with examples of citizens playing each of these roles.

Beyond Citizen Engagement: Involving the Public in Co-Delivering Government Services

Friday, July 12th, 2013 - 18:34
But engagement for engagement’s sake has not been an end goal. Trends in both the public and private sector, in the U.S. and around the world, have leveraged new technologies available to create meaningful dialogue and relationships between citizens and their government. Today there is an opportunity to go beyond traditional forms of citizen participation such as voting and testifying at public hearings.

Co-Delivery: Beyond Traditional Citizen Engagement

Monday, March 11th, 2013 - 11:29
Monday, March 11, 2013 - 11:26
How can governments at all levels engage their citizens in ways that are more meaningful – and fun -- to both the citizens and their community? A series of pioneering initiatives hold new promise that this now can be done on a much wider scale.

Beyond Citizen Engagement: Involving the Public in Co-Delivering Government Services

Sunday, March 10th, 2013 - 11:13
The Obama Administration’s 2009 Open Government initiative sparked innovative ways of engaging the public in government. But engagement for engagement’s sake has not been an end goal.  Trends in both the public and private sector, in the U.S. and around the world, have been to leverage new technologies available to create meaningful dialogue and relationships between citizens and their government.
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