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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How do you prefer to be informed?

The Flemish Minister for Culture, Media, Youth and Brussels, Sven Gatz, recently launched a “citizen’s cabinet” with the aim of getting citizens more involved in…
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City of Mons

The City of Mons wanted to carry out an organizational and financial analysis of the management and maintenance of its car fleet. Together with an…
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How do you experience Brussels?

Sven Gatz, Flemish Minister for Culture, Media, Youth, and Brussels, and Rachid Madrane, Minister for Youth Aid, Courts, Sports, and the Promotion of Brussels of…
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Department ENE Flemish Government

The Environment Nuisance Service wants to rethink its future vision and organisation model in 2015 in line with its future core tasks and challenges. Möbius…
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