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05-22-2003, 02:33 AM
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I'll appreciate if any of learned colleague provides some feedback on "e-Governance in Corporate Sector". I had studied some material sometime back about "e-procurement" but since that subject was very limited, I couldn't gather much information in relation to Corporate Sector. However, one thing became quite clear from that limited material that future belongs to "e-Governance".
Please no beating about the bush, "Andaz-e-Bazi" or "Tuk-bandi".

Edited by - TheOne on May 21 2003 93855 PM
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08-11-2004, 01:00 AM
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*** Education and training for elites – a new executive program as an international center for top management development in electronic governance ***

The Executive Master Program in e-Governance of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) is an accredited part-time program and will by launched by 1st December 2004. It focuses on the strategic deployment of information and communication technologies in the public sector and industry. Participants will learn to develop, oversee, and implement e-governance projects in the public sector and governmental organizations. Participants will be experienced consultants and executives from the private and public sector responsible for complex public sector IT-projects.

Program Objectives
The Executive Master Program in e-Governance focuses on the management of e-governance initiatives at the interface between public sector organizations and private sector contractors. The program focuses on methods of planning, designing, implementation and evaluation of IT-projects in public sector and government organizations. The program aims at teaching the participants to exploit the creative potential of information and communication technologies.

Target Audience
The Executive Master Program in e-Governance is designed for professionals in senior management positions in either private (e.g. consultancies, system integrators, IT service integrators) or public sector and governmental organizations (e.g. authorities, parties, syndicates). Typically, the participant has been working in various decisions-making positions and was responsible for high-scale transformative projects and initiatives. Participants have at least five years of relevant experience and have obtained a first academic degree, such as a B.A. or Diploma.

Competences acquired
During the program, the participants will acquire various competences enabling them to successfully management e-governance projects in industry and the public sector
- Strategic planning and design of ICT-induced transformation of public sector organizations
- Management of process-oriented change projects in public sector and governmental settings
- Risk and technology management in public IT-projects
- Project controlling, evaluation and progress management
- New business development in public sector organizations

Program overview
The Executive Maser Program in e-Governance is a 12 months part-time program, taking place in six different countries. The program consists of 12 on-campus weeks, which are separated into three modules distributed over the year. During the rest of the year, participants will collaborate with their colleagues on a distance basis. During the second half of the program, participants will write their Master thesis within the framework of an e-governance research project. The program is designed according to the ECTS standards and offers 60 Credit Points. The tuition fee is 29.000 EUR and various scholarships are available upon application.

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08-16-2004, 01:15 PM
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eGovernance in corporate sector would entail application of governance issues in an increasing ebusiness environment.
It would include strategies for internal and external factors as well as impact on all stake holders.
Big topic... however you can have further insight from this white paper from accenture...
I hope the link works
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