TITLE

ENHANCING EGOVERNMENT IN MONTENEGRO -- USING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR CREATING KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

AUTHOR(S)
DJURICKOVIC, TAMARA; KOVACEVIC, DIJANA
PUB. DATE
December 2011
SOURCE
International Journal of Management Cases;Dec2011, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p320
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The waves of eGovernment are rising very fast through almost all public administration, or at least most of the public administrations around the world, and not only the public administration, but also the entire government and all of their organization as a whole. The government uses information technology, and above all the internet or web network, to facilitate the exchange of services between government agencies and citizens, businesses, employees and other non-governmental agencies. With efficient and transparent information exchange, the information becomes accessible to the society (citizens, business, employees etc.), and as a result of these procesess the society itself becomes the information society or knowledge society. This paper discusses the knowledge management for e-government development in significance and role. Also, the paper reviews the role of virtual communities as a knowledge management mechanism to support eGovernment in Montenegro. It explores the need for knowledge management in eGovernment, identifies knowledge management technologies, and highlights the challenges for developing countries, such as Montenegro in the implementation of eGovernment. The paper suggests that knowledge management is needed to facilitate information exchange and transaction processing with citizens, as well as to enable creation of knowledge society.
ACCESSION #
66508365

 

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