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presentation to the "Websites without walls" seminar 9/9/08, transforming government through data feeds and visualizations that empower the public and foster creativity and innovation. (BEST VIEWED ...

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    • Out of Control: Transform government by giving up control W. David Stephenson Stephenson Strategies Sept. 9, 2008 For years, managers’ job has been, well, you know, managing people and information. OK, let’s be blunt: it’s been to control people and information. That was logical: after all, the only management models we had in the early days of large organizations were the army and the Roman Catholic church, and they were both big on control of both people and information. Today, like it or not, the potential for top-down control is gone.
    • The reason is Web 2.0 applications, which let everyone participate in creating content. You’ve heard about the destabilizing effect that wikis, such as the intelligence community’s Intellipedia, and blogs, such as the TSA blog, can have on business as usual.