An 8-member delegation from the Bosnian government has concluded its study visit to eGovlab, DSV, Stockholm University. During the three-day visit, the delegation was briefed on open innovation, co-creation and Sweden’s Digital Strategy. A series of presentations, as well as a hands-on workshop, took place at eGovlab, where the participants identified challenges within their public sector in local context.
Dr. Magnus Enzell, the Senior Adviser at the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation introduced the Swedish digital agenda for ICT and good governance as a driver for economic growth and employment. The delegation also had interaction with researchers and academics at DSV, Stockholm University, which is renowned for its highly innovative approach to open data, data science and design science. Speakers included Dr. Panagiotis Papapetrou, Dr. Somya Joshi, Dr. Martin Henkel, Dr. Gustaf Juelle Skielse and Dr. Erik Perjons. As part of the study visit, the delegation visited the Electrum Building and Interactive Institute, in Kista, the Silicon Valley of Sweden.