Against a backdrop of technological progress with a growing demand for a cloud-based service offering and user interfaces, governmental and government-related organisations benefit greatly from growing into smart organizations.

Even though the term ‘smart organization’ is linked to technology and data, Möbius is convinced that organizations will not excel by focusing only on technology. The most important asset of a smart organization with a positive and sustainable impact on society is its people. Employees (and customers) will be challenged to live, think, work (together) in a different way, and will have to reinvent themselves continuously. In our opinion, this is the challenge for the coming decades.

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Borsele Municipality

Environmental permit issued already?

Municipalities are finding themselves on a dynamic playing field for which both internal and external organisational expectations have changed. This is why it is necessary…
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Ghent Police District

Partner for change

At this time, the Ghent Police District services are accommodated in different buildings that are spread throughout the city. This sometimes makes it unclear for…
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Municipal cooperation SWW

First line collaboration

The secretaries of the SWW collaboration posed the question of whether services could be improved and efficiency gains realized by creating an inter-municipality collaboration, namely,…
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Municipality of Leusden

Policy: from the outside in

Developing policy 'from the outside in' was the challenge facing the municipality of Leusden. Traditionally, policy is usually devised and developed by civil servants. The…
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