Electronic Engagement: A Guide for Public Sector Managers
by Peter Chen
Publisher: ANU E Press 2007
Number of pages: 122
This guide is written for managers who have an interest in expanding their approach to public engagement, rather than IT professionals. It assesses the value that new communications and computing technology can bring to interactions with a range of potential stakeholders. An engaging, provocative and thorough survey of available technologies and potential applications, this is a 'must read' for policy and program practitioners who are considering options for electronic engagement.
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