Skip to content

Share

  • Add this article to your LinkedIn page
  • Add this article to your Twitter feed
  • Add this article to your Facebook page
  • Email this article
  • View or print a PDF of this page
  • Share further
  • Add this article to your Pinterest board
  • Add this article to your Google page
  • Share this article on Reddit
  • Share this article on StumbleUpon
  • Bookmark this page
PA IN THE MEDIA

Are leaders ready to face the national digitisation strategy?

PA public sector expert, Mikkel Pødenphant, has had a byline published in Altinget.dk discussing the new national public digitisation strategy in Denmark. 

The strategy has been agreed by the Danish government, KL (the national advocacy organisation of Danish municipalities) and the Danish regions with the aim of shaping  the digital future for Denmark and ensuring the public sector uses technology to create value and growth. The article outlines how the public sector needs to increase efficiency and minimise costs, while boosting its level of service.

Mikkel says: “The strategy confirms that fundamental changes in public case handling, work procedures and services must be driven by citizens’ needs and not by considerations of public administration. The question is whether the new strategy is ambitious enough, ensuring that digital and technology solutions truly drive good service in the public sector for the benefit of citizens and organisations?”

According to Mikkel, the strategy frames important areas, enabling authorities and public organisations to use the right solutions and create the changes that a digital transformation requires. Mikkel praises the ambition that lies behind the strategy to create a better and more efficient public service. Mikkel refers to PA’s annual Public Service Award that awards public organisations and their efforts in creating better public service.

“The strategy is ambitious, the course has been set and the prerequisites are now in place. Now it’s time to deliver on the ambition, and the responsibility lies on the leaders in the public sector,” concludes Mikkel.

Mikkel Pødenphant is a public sector expert at PA Consulting Group

 

 

 

 

 

PA Consulting Group in Denmark

Amdi Hansen

Amdi Hansen

Frank Madsen

Frank Madsen

Martin Tillisch

Martin Tillisch

Søren Lehn

Søren Lehn

Mikkel Pødenphant

Mikkel Pødenphant

Troels Gregersen

Troels Gregersen

Søren Knudsen

Søren Knudsen

Mitzi Geisler

Mitzi Geisler

Anders Rom

Anders Rom

Nicky Overgaard Pedersen

Nicky Overgaard Pedersen

×

By using this website, you accept the use of cookies. For more information on how to manage cookies, please read our privacy policy.