A New Digital Deal

Bas Boorsma

Category: Management

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Summary

Bas Boorsma has been active in the smart city space since 2003. He joined Cisco in 2007 as the company embarked in earnest on its community digitalization journey. He has taken up various global and regional roles at Cisco since, leading thought-leadership efforts, community digitalization and Internet of Things portfolios. Prior to joining Cisco, he founded and managed two companies, and led a global network of smart communities. Bas has been educated as a historian, and works in the present with the future as his canvas.

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How can we foster the digital enablement of our communities? And plan for digitalization efforts that deliver value – economically, socially, and environmentally? What can we do to ensure human values are central to the exercise of digitalization? Why have so many ‘smart city’ initiatives produced mixed results and what can we learn from them? What are the stepping stones for success in building and executing on a smart city or country digitalization strategy? What does ‘digital-ready’ governance for a city, a region or a country look like? How must we prepare for a fertile coming together of investments, start-up acceleration, innovation stimulation, tech enterprise, citizens and the community at large?
A New Digital Deal answers these vital questions by articulating both a vision on community digitalization and a rudimentary, practical methodology. It explores the essence of digitalization, how communities can benefit from the next leap of digital change, and what is needed to orchestrate it across stakeholders, both public and private, targeting economic, societal and environmental aims, cumulating in a New Deal that is digital in nature.

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Product information

Title:

A New Digital Deal

Author:

Bas Boorsma

Category:

Management

Number of pages:

334

Illustrated:

No

Format/size:

Paperback 16 x 24 cm

Release date:

16-08-2017

ISBN:

978-94-0223-542-5 / 9789402235425

Price:

€ 23,95