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VIDEO: Stockholm as a model 21st Century city

- December 11, 2007 - 0 Comments

A question that seems to crop up a lot at the Cisco Public Services Summit is how civic leaders can improve the competitiveness of communities. Stockholm is not a bad place to look for clues, as it frequently occupies the higher echelons of European and global league tables and earlier this year was named as one of Europe’s top 15 international knowledge hubs. To find out how IT can help improve the competitiveness of communities, and find out more about Stockholm’s success in particular, we spoke to Kristina Alvendal, vice mayor of the city, and Geoff Mulgan, a director of the U.K.’s Young Foundation and expert on public sector transformation.

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