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Title: Managing stakeholder interests in e-government implementation: Lessons learned from a Singapore e-government project
Authors: Tan, C.-W.
Pan, S.L. 
Lim, E.T.K.
Keywords: Convergence
e-governance
e-government
Stakeholder interests
Issue Date: 2005
Source: Tan, C.-W.,Pan, S.L.,Lim, E.T.K. (2005). Managing stakeholder interests in e-government implementation: Lessons learned from a Singapore e-government project. Journal of Global Information Management 13 (1) : 31-53. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: As e-government plays an increasingly dominant role in modern public administrative management, its pervasive influence on organizations and individuals is apparent. It is, therefore, timely and relevant to examine e-governance-the fundamental mission of e-government. By adopting a stakeholder perspective, this study approaches the topic of e-governance in e-government from the three critical aspects of stakeholder management: (1) identification of stakeholders; (2) recognition of differing interests among stakeholders; and (3) how an organization caters to and furthers these interests. Findings from the case study point to the importance of (1) discarding the traditional preference for controls to develop instead a proactive attitude towards the identification of all relevant collaborators; (2) conducting cautious assessments of the technological restrictions underlying IT-transformed public services to map out the boundary for devising and implementing control and collaboration mechanisms in the system; and (3) developing strategies to align stakeholder interests so that participation in e-government can be self-governing.
Source Title: Journal of Global Information Management
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/42884
ISSN: 10627375
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