Sections are longblahblahs, uninformativeaboutour real, ongoingwork CurrentWebsite: OurWork
Our “Data” can bebetterpresented and used CurrentWebsite: OurKnowledge
Rightnow, peoplehavefewreasonstocome back again CurrentWebsite: Zeroengaging
Are wereallyaccessible? ormissingconnections? How do people knowwhois currentlyinvolved –orinterested- in what? CurrentWebsite: Us
A very active unit working with Public Sector entities across LAC A focal point doing empirical research on LAC-related Public Sector topics A checkpoint for practitioners and public policy researchers What we are online (or intend to be)
The Wikipedia of Public Sector Just a forum or an online social gathering Another tasteless World Bank website... A simple business card or brochure What we are not (neither intend to be)
Rightnow We are a mix: 90% Web 1.0 10% Web 2.0 (some media & videos) Butwehave a lot togainby a website refurbishment.
Inform up-to-date: Public Sector Blog Create identity: Profile team members better Map our ongoing work, and make it informative. Nest networks of practitioners and researchers, and let them to interact. Tag, and then allow for “searches by themes” or interests. Fivewaystogo…
Dynamic:Frequentupdates at the LAC PS front page withhottopics. Bilingual. Influential: A platformtofeedthe intranet & extranet with PS or LAC relatedtopics (and, of course, ourwork and research!). Open and Focal: Contributorsfrominsidetheunit, othersections of the Bank, the academia and practitioners. 1. LAC Public Sector Blog
2. OurWork: In twoclicks What are wedoing? Who? Where?
Quick factsheetsonouroperational and researchprojects: Key “W” info:What, Who, Where, When. Look forsimilar projects in othercountries. Contacttherelevantpeople. OurWork
3. ImprovingAccess to Data LAC PS-relatedrelevant data, more accessible
EnhanceaccessibilitytoLCSPS data and LAGGOV indicatorsproject. Disseminateownpapersand relatedresearch. Facilitatedata requests. Improving Access to Data
4. Create LCSPS staff’sidentities&Nestpractitioners In the Short Run: Refurbishment of the “OurTeam” section. Open the blog and commentstoexternalpeople. Letpracticionerstojointhematic mail-lists. In theFuture: Link “OurTeam” sectiontotheBank’s new “facebook” profiles (expectedDec 2009). Createsomesort of website “log in” (throughcommonlyusedGoogle-Connect, Facebook-ConnectorLinkedin-Connect= one-clickeffort, no needtocreate a profile, privacy).
5. And wrapitall up nicelywithanintegrateddesign