Smart Organizations in the Public Sector
Sustainable Local Development in the European Union
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How does a smart organization model enable self-governments to lead local and regional development in a sustainable and resilient manner? What are key aspects of smart organizations impacting the success of self-governments in attracting and retaining residents, entrepreneurs, and investors? Smart organizations became a relevant construct in economic and management sciences. They supply many practical applications for self-governments and public sector organizations that are looking for effective ways to leverage their resources and capabilities in the local and regional development process. This research monograph indicates how factors of smart organizations in local administration lead to sustainable and resilient development processes. In parallel, the monograph is a practical guide for local government managers looking for the best, international practices in collecting, researching, and interpreting data for making decisions that influence the competitiveness and market position of locations they govern.
Table of Contents
Part 1 - Characteristics, typologies, measurement, and enablers of smart organizations in public sector
Chapter 1 - Characteristics and typologies of smart organizations in the public sector
Chapter 2 – Measurement of smart organizations
Chapter 3 – Determinants and mechanisms enabling smart organizations in the public sector
Part 2- Smart organization in a local government – institutional context
Chapter 1 - Smart organization in self-government - institutional and knowledge base context
Chapter 2 - The institutional environment of the European Union: Regional approach
Chapter 3 - Resilience and collaboration of smart organizations: The role of institutions in times of uncertainty
Part 3 - Results achieved by smart organizations in local government units during the COVID-19 pandemic
Chapter 1 - Developmental effects of smart organizations in local government units in the age of digitization: The essence and the basis of the analysis
Chapter 2 - Smart organizations in the COVID-19 pandemic
Chapter 3 - Towards smart organizations in local government organizations
Summary and conclusions
Hanna Godlewska-Majkowska is a full professor in economics. She is Director of the Institute of Enterprise and a professor in the Business Environment Unit in the Institute of Enterprise in Collegium of Business Administration at SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland.
Tomasz Pilewicz is an Assistant Professor in the Business Environment Unit in the Institute of Enterprise in the Collegium of Business Administration at SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland.
Patrycjusz Zarebski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Koszalin University of Technology, Poland.