Organizational Culture and E-Government Performance: An Empirical Study

@article{Kanungo2011OrganizationalCA,
  title={Organizational Culture and E-Government Performance: An Empirical Study},
  author={Shivraj Kanungo and Vikas Jain},
  journal={IJEGR},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={36-58}
}
Government organizations differ significantly from private sector organizations in terms of their processes, culture, and ways of working. Plagued with phlegmatic and often lackadaisical work systems, government organizations tend to resist dramatic changes usually associated with technology based interventions. This study examines the effect of one dominant factor, organizational culture, on the success of e-government initiatives. To test the research model, survey data was collected from 315… CONTINUE READING

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