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  2. AGENDA 1. Introduction public value: organizational strategy for public sectors. 3. E-Government 4. Open Innovation 5. Crowdsourcing 6. Open Government 7. Research context 8. Current research status 9. Conclusions 10.References
  3. 1 INTRODUCTION Ministry of ICT of Colombia (MinTIC, 2014) filed the act 2573 of 2014 where established the general directions of the electronic government strategy. Recommendations of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCDE) and Open Government promote more open, participative and innovative approaches allowing citizens to have access to open data to foster public use.
  4. CREATING PUBLIC VALUE substantively valuable legitimate and political sustainable operationally and administrable 2
  5. 3 E-GOVERNMENT Source: (United Nations, & American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), 2002, p. 1, Means & Schneider, 2002, p. 121, Duffy, 2001 , Brown & Brudney, J, L., 2001, Riasco & Giordano, 2008)
  6. 4 OPEN INNOVATION closed innovation model versus open innovation model. Chesbrough (2003, 2006) Source: closed innovation model versus open innovation model. Chesbrough (2003, 2006)
  7. 5 CROWDSOURCING Source: (Agrawal, Catalini, & Goldfarb, 2011, Seltzer & Mahmoudi, 2013; Brabham, 2008)
  8. 6 OPEN GOVERNMENT Source: Wikipedia (accessed 5/30/2015)
  9. 7 OPEN GOVERNMENT Source: Information flow in a ideal Open Government System, (Gavelin, Burall, & Wilson, 2009)
  10. 8 OPEN GOVERNMENT Source: Hilgers & Ihl, (2010)
  11. 9 OPEN GOVERNMENT Source: Framework for citizen engaged governance (Hilgers & Ihl, 2010)
  13. 11 CURRENT RESEARCH STATUS Source: own creation.
  15. 13 REFERENCES Agrawal, Catalini, & Goldfarb. (2011). The geography of crowdfunding. Alujas Ramírez. (2011). Gobierno Abierto y Modernización de la Gestión Pública. Tendencias actuales y el (Inevitable) Camino que Viene-Reflexiones Seminales (Open Government and Modernization of Public Management: Current Trends and the (Inevitable) Way Forward-Seminal Reflections). Revista Enfoques: Ciencia Política y Administración Pública, 9(15), 99-125. Brabham, D. C. (2008). Crowdsourcing as a model for problem solving an introduction and cases. Convergence: the international journal of research into new media technologies, 14(1), 75-90. Brabham, D. C. (2009). Crowdsourcing Public Participation. Brabham, D. C. (2010). Moving the crowd at Threadless: Motivations for participation in a crowdsourcing application. Information, Communication & Society, 13(8), 1122-1145. Brown, M. M., & Brudney, J, L. (2001). Achieving advanced electronic government services: An examination of obstacles and implications from an international perspective. Paper presented at the National Public Management Research Conference, Bloomington, IN. Chapman, R., & Hunt, M. (1987). Open Government. A study of the prospects of open government within the limitations of the British political system, Routledge, London. Chesbrough. (2003). Open innovation -The new imperative for creating and profiting from technology. Cohen, & Levinthal. (1990). Absorptive Capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovatión. Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume 35, Issue I: Tecnology, Organization and Innovation, 35, 128, 152. Duffy, D. (2001). Q&A: Balancing the role of e-Government: Interview with Mike Hernon, vice president of egovernment for New York City-based GovWorks. Enkel, E., Gassmann, O., & Chesbrough, H. (2009). Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon. Gavelin, K., Burall, S., & Wilson, R. (2009). Open Government: beyond static measures A paper produced by Involve for the OECD. Hilgers, D., & Ihl, C. (2010). Citizensourcing: Applying the concept of open innovation to the public sector. The International Journal of Public Participation, 4(1), 67-88.
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