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Best eEurope Practices

5th framework, IST programs

www.beep-eu.org

www.BeepKnowledgeSystem.org

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Aims of the eEurope Initiative

1. ensuring all European citizens, users and businesses get online

2. creating a digitally literate Europe

3.ensuring that the whole process is socially and regionally inclusive.

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Aims of the BEEP

”Whatever the challenge, the probability is that somewhere, someone has alredy overcome it. Such is the dynamic of our rapidly evolving Information Society.”

New technologies, such as computers and the Internet, affect everybody. We need to adapt our lives, organisations and businesses to meet the many chalanges posed by thesetechnologies and their impact on living and working.

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Network economy/society challenge

Impact

?

Societal impact

number of adopters

Efficiency

Effectiveness

Productivity

Inclusion

Sustainability

Equity

Intensity

Transactions

Re-engineering

Structures/networks

Organisation

Policies

Skills/competencies

Readiness

Potential use

Access

Affordability

Tech infrastructure

Society infrastructure

Take-up

Best (good) practice

Transformation

Network economy/society

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Overall aims of Beep

  • Sharing the knowledge embedded in existing activities (i.e. cases, studies, documented experiences, etc.) by developing Internet-based tools and services for benchlearning
  • Addressing the eEurope initiative’s needs for learning lessons and applying them: “learning from the best in Europe . . . And applying the open method of coordination and benchmarking”.
  • Assistance to users in learning from the successes and mistakes of others.

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Benchlearning, learning practice and communities of practice

Benchmarking-- is essentially a process of measurement or comparison. It identifies the gap between the user’s own performance (if known) and the best (good) performance available.

Best (good) practice -- is essentially a qualitative description of how the good performance has been achieved; i.e. which methods, tools, organisation, systems, technology, etc., have been used, how they have been used and with which effects.

Benchlearning-- is a relatively new approach which combines the technique of benchmarking with the practical application of knowledge management and organisational learning.

Learning practice -- Beep’s approach which provides a large number of good cases (both benchmarked and described), plus learning templates, as inputs to the benchlearning process

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Beep’s contribution to benchlearning

1 Identify areas needing improvement and agree action

2 Set up effective learning team

3 Analyse present situation

4 Learning and inspiration from good examples

BEEP’s learning practice: benchmarking, good practice and learning templates

5 Develop new solutions

6 Effect improvements

7 Follow-up and new initiatives

Source: “Benchlearning” by B. Karlöf, K. Lundgren, M.E. Froment, John Wiley & Sons, 2001.

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Beep Knowledge System =

  • A database of good ”best” practices from which you can learn.
  • All highly structured and codified
  • Will contain approx. 450 – 500 cases. 150 cases from EU Countries
  • Advanced search facilities

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Beep domains: work and commerce in the Knowledge Economy

1) Work and Skills – focus on individuals, how they work, the skills they need and how work is organised inside the company/organisation:

improving skills and competencies

improving work structures and processes

improving the quality of working life

2) The digital SME – focus on the company as a digital unit in the knowledge economy:

  • building networks
  • promoting innovation
  • using resources
  • exploiting the market

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Beep domains: the need for an Information Society for all

3) Social Inclusion – focus on the social digital divide and how it can be mitigated:

facilitating access to ICT

improving education and training

helping disadvantaged groups

raising awareness

4) Regional Development – focus on the new role of areas in promoting both wealth and welfare for their businesses and inhabitants:

developing regional identity and structures (including e-government)

promoting regional economic development

supporting regional social cohesion

ensuring environmental sustainability

prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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prof. habil. dr. Narimantas Kazimieras Paliulis

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

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Project members

  • Coordinator:
  • Danish Technological Institute (DTI), Denmark.
  • Partners:
  • RAND Europe (RAND), the Netherlands;
  • Martech International (Martech), Belgium;
  • Telefónica Investigación y Desarrollo (TID), Spain;
  • Nomisma, Italy;
  • Empirica, Germany.
  • New Accession State Partners:
  • Institute of Economics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences – BAS;
  • IEBASNetU Consultants – NETU;
  • Czech University of Agriculture - Faculty of Economics and Management - CUA-FEM;
  • TREBAG Property and Project Management Ltd. – TREBAG;
  • Vilnius Gediminas Technical University – VGTU;
  • ASM - Market Research and Analysis Centre – ASM;
  • Centre for Urban and Regional Sociology -- CURS-SA;
  • Technical University of Košice – TUK;
  • A.L.P. PECA d.o.o. - ALP PECA;