Doing	  Business	  in	  a	  Connected	  World	  Government!Ibrahim	  Ahmed	  Elbadawi	  eGovernment	  and	  Social	  Media...
@iBadawi	  
1.1	  Billion	  $	  Deal	  businessinsider.com	  
1	  Billion	  $	  Deal	  
Founded:	  2010	  Employees:	  13	  Acquired	  by	  Facebook	  for	  USD	  1	  Billion	  in	  Apr	  2012	  Founded:	  1889...
Why	  	  Should	  Gov.	  &	  Non-­‐Gov.	  	  Care?	  
h/p://www.rlabs.org/	  
Over	  6	  Billion	  Mobile	  Subscribers	  h/p://www.rlabs.org/	  By	  2025,	  computers	  will	  be	  64	  X	  faster	  ...
Over	  125	  million	  internet	  users	  in	  the	  Arab	  region	  Dubai	  School	  of	  Government,	  The	  Arab	  Worl...
Number	  of	  New	  Facebook	  Users	  in	  Arab	  Region	  (2012)	  Arabsocialmediareport.com	  
Number	  of	  New	  Linkedin	  Users	  in	  Selected	  Arab	  Countries	  (2012)	  Arabsocialmediareport.com	  
“Thanks	  to	  the	  Internet	  and	  social	  networking	  revoluPon,	  the	  future	  of	  government	  is	  less	  and	...
“Power	  is	  is	  being	  reallocated	  away	  from	  states,	  and	  insPtuPons	  and	  transferred	  to	  individuals”	...
What	  does	  this	  mean	  to	  a	  government?	  A	  government’s	  job	  is	  to	  create	  and	  deliver	  public	  va...
What	  does	  this	  mean	  to	  a	  government?	  1-­‐	  Unlike	  the	  verKcal	  government	  hierarchies,	  communicaKo...
Crowdsourcing	  Photojournalism	  trough	  …	  Instagram!	  	  “We	  just	  thought	  this	  is	  going	  to	  be	  the	  ...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	   17	  62%	Source:	  TheGovernmentSummit.ae	Do	  you	  support	  using	  social	  medi...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	   18	  62%	Source:	  TheGovernmentSummit.ae	Expats	No,	  Strongly	  Disagree	No	  Opin...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	   19	  Govt.	  Core	  Business	Media	  &	  PR	Social	  Media	The	  missing	  opportuni...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	   20	  Example:	  Crowdsourcing	  InspecPon!	  Ibrahim	  Ahmed	  Elbadawi	  
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	  From	  eGovernment	  to…	  Smart	  Government!	  
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	  From	  eGovernment	  to…	  Smart	  Government!	  This	  is	  eGovernment:	  	  
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	  From	  eGovernment	  to…	  Smart	  Government!	  How	  smart	  government	  is	  diffe...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	  From	  eGovernment	  to…	  Smart	  Government!	  How	  smart	  government	  is	  diffe...
Copyright	  ©	  Ibrahim	  Elbadawi	  From	  eGovernment	  to…	  Smart	  Government!	  How	  smart	  government	  is	  diffe...
What	  can	  we	  do?	  Key	  enablers	ü Leadership	  support	  ü Understanding	  the	  big	  picture	  ü High	  ciKzen...
What	  can	  we	  do?	  Key	  steps	ü AcKonable	  social	  media	  strategy	  ü Corporate	  social	  media	  policy	  ü...
Doing	  Business	  in	  a	  Connected	  World	  Government!Ibrahim	  Ahmed	  Elbadawi	  Ibrahim.elbadawi@gmail.com	   @iBa...
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Doing Government Business in a Connected World

  1. Doing  Business  in  a  Connected  World  Government!Ibrahim  Ahmed  Elbadawi  eGovernment  and  Social  Media  Consultant   @iBadawi  
  2. @iBadawi  
  3. 1.1  Billion  $  Deal  businessinsider.com  
  4. 1  Billion  $  Deal  
  5. Founded:  2010  Employees:  13  Acquired  by  Facebook  for  USD  1  Billion  in  Apr  2012  Founded:  1889  Employees:  18,900  Filed  for  bankruptcy  protecPon  in  Jan  2012  
  6. Why    Should  Gov.  &  Non-­‐Gov.    Care?  
  7. h/p://www.rlabs.org/  
  8. Over  6  Billion  Mobile  Subscribers  h/p://www.rlabs.org/  By  2025,  computers  will  be  64  X  faster  than  in  2013  The  New  Digital  Age,  2013  
  9. Over  125  million  internet  users  in  the  Arab  region  Dubai  School  of  Government,  The  Arab  World  Online:  Trends  in  Internet  Usage  in  the  Arab  Region,  2013.  Over  53  million  acPve  users  of  social  networking  sites  
  10. Number  of  New  Facebook  Users  in  Arab  Region  (2012)  Arabsocialmediareport.com  
  11. Number  of  New  Linkedin  Users  in  Selected  Arab  Countries  (2012)  Arabsocialmediareport.com  
  12. “Thanks  to  the  Internet  and  social  networking  revoluPon,  the  future  of  government  is  less  and  less  in  the  hands  of  governments  alone”  WEF,  The  Future  of  Government  
  13. “Power  is  is  being  reallocated  away  from  states,  and  insPtuPons  and  transferred  to  individuals”  The  New  Digital  Age,  2013  
  14. What  does  this  mean  to  a  government?  A  government’s  job  is  to  create  and  deliver  public  value  to  its  people    The  essences  of  digital  media  and  connected  worlds  contradicts  legacy  assumpGons  of  governments’  way  of  creaGng  and  delivering  value  
  15. What  does  this  mean  to  a  government?  1-­‐  Unlike  the  verKcal  government  hierarchies,  communicaKons  over  social  media  are  horizontal,  informal,  immediate,  spontaneous  and  most  likely  in  public!      2-­‐  Individuals  and  amateurs  can  now  parKcipate  in  delivering  tasks  that  used  to  be  exclusive  for  the  corporaKons  and  professionals!    
  16. Crowdsourcing  Photojournalism  trough  …  Instagram!    “We  just  thought  this  is  going  to  be  the  fastest  way  we  can  cover  this  and  it’s  the  most  direct  route”    Time’s  director  of  photography,  Kira  Pollack  
  17. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi   17  62% Source:  TheGovernmentSummit.ae Do  you  support  using  social  media  in  the  design  and  delivery  of  public  services?   EmiraPs Expats Yes,  Strongly  Agree Yes,  but  I’ve  concerns No,  but  I  see  benefits No,  Strongly  Disagree No  Opinion   55% 20% 8% 13% 3%53% 17% 11% 16% 4%Your  ciPzens  wants  you  to  change!  
  18. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi   18  62% Source:  TheGovernmentSummit.ae Expats No,  Strongly  Disagree No  Opinion   55% 20% 8% 13% 3%53% 17% 11% 16% 4%How  does  your  organizaPon  use  social  media? Crowdsourcing Sharing  InformaPon Answering  Inquiries InteracPon  with  Top  Managers Public  ConsultaPon Surveying  the  Public 48% 48% 31% 28% 24% 3% This  is  good  …  but  not  enough!  
  19. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi   19  Govt.  Core  Business Media  &  PR Social  Media The  missing  opportuniPes!  
  20. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi   20  Example:  Crowdsourcing  InspecPon!  Ibrahim  Ahmed  Elbadawi  
  21. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi  From  eGovernment  to…  Smart  Government!  
  22. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi  From  eGovernment  to…  Smart  Government!  This  is  eGovernment:    
  23. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi  From  eGovernment  to…  Smart  Government!  How  smart  government  is  different?    Doing  more  with  less!  
  24. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi  From  eGovernment  to…  Smart  Government!  How  smart  government  is  different?    Source:  whitehouse.gov  Transparency  ParPcipaPon  CollaboraPon  Open  Government  
  25. Copyright  ©  Ibrahim  Elbadawi  From  eGovernment  to…  Smart  Government!  How  smart  government  is  different?    Source:  whitehouse.gov  Open  Government  Case  study:  Opening  up  TransportaPon  Data!  h/p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf2Kx5HhkGg  
  26. What  can  we  do?  Key  enablers ü Leadership  support  ü Understanding  the  big  picture  ü High  ciKzen  readiness  ü InnovaKon-­‐driven  public  sector  
  27. What  can  we  do?  Key  steps ü AcKonable  social  media  strategy  ü Corporate  social  media  policy  ü Business  and  cultural  changes  ü EducaKon  and  training  ü ConKnuous  learning  and  development
  28. Doing  Business  in  a  Connected  World  Government!Ibrahim  Ahmed  Elbadawi  Ibrahim.elbadawi@gmail.com   @iBadawi  Thanks!  

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