Entrepreneurship and Digital Government
In 2012 Greg Godbout left his position in the private sector to join the Presidential Innovation Fellow team. The Presidential Innovation Fellows (PIF) program pairs top innovators from the private sector, non-profits, and academia with top innovators in government to collaborate during focused 6-13 month “tours of duty” to develop solutions that can save lives, save taxpayer money, and fuel job creation. Greg led the team of PIFs and other Federal Government innovators that founded 18F inside the GSA and thereafter became the Executive Director of 18F. 18F introduced a new and different approach for building and delivering software for Government.
Greg will tell how 18F was created solely to drive transformation in how government uses it. Focusing on how to deliver effective, user-centric digital services that support the interaction between government and the people and businesses it serves.
13:30: Welcome by Toke Reichstein, Academic Director, Entrepreneurship Platform, CBS
13:35: Introduction of the programme, professor Kim Normann Andersen, CBS
13:45: Digital Transformation of Danish Government: The Base-line, Strategy Director Ejvind Jørgensen, co-founder and chairman, Denmark 3.0, member of the advisory board of CBS cand.merc.it. and eBusiness
14:00: Entrepreneurship and Digital Government: Perfect Match or Dead End? Former Executive Director for the US 18F Program and Presidential Innovation Fellow Greg Godbout
14:30: Discussion, moderated by professor Helle Zinner Henriksen, University of Agder, Norway and CBS
The talk is arranged by the entrepreneurial platform and professor Kim Normann Andersen from Department of IT Management.
It is free of charge to participate but you need to register with your name, affiliation and e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org