Knowledge Solutions: Tools, Methods, and Approaches to Drive Organizational Performance
This book copublished with Springer comprehensively covers more than 120 topics that are essential to high-performance organizations.
Information and Communication Technology for Prosperity
ICT for prosperity can ensure access to affordable and clean energy; promote decent work and economic growth; advance industry, innovation, and infrastructure; and reduce inequalities.
Information and Communication Technology for the Planet
ICT for the planet can help build sustainable cities and communities, ensure responsible consumption, fortify climate action, conserve and sustainably use life below water, and protect and manage life on land.
Information and Communication Technology for People
Information and communication technology (ICT) for people can help end poverty and hunger, ensure healthy lives and quality education, achieve gender equality, and provide water and sanitation for all.
Information and Communication Technology for Peace and Partnership
ICT for peace and partnership can promote peace, justice, and strong institutions and strengthen partnerships for the global goals.
Leveraging Information and Communication Technology for Development
“ICT for Development” (ICTD) springs from the desire to leverage ICT to propel economic and social progress and enhance its effects in developing countries.
Deploying Mobile and Branchless Banking in Bhutan
An ADB project is helping Bhutan promote financial literacy and strengthen financial inclusion by supporting the development and awareness of mobile and branchless banking.
Instituting e-Government Procurement in Nepal
e-Government procurement (e-GP) enhances transparency and compliance, increases performance and quality, and furthers economic development. With ADB in 2013, Nepal launched ambitious and transformational reforms to develop its e-GP system.
Ramping Up Results-Based Management in the Philippines
At the country level, results-based management is best introduced as part of a larger public sector reform program, impelled by the government for any number of possible reasons.
Tax Administration Reforms in the Maldives
The Maldives is a small economy but it is vulnerable to shocks. Tourism accounts for nearly 30% of gross domestic product and more than 60% of foreign exchange receipts. Fluctuations in tourist arrivals can undermine macroeconomic stability.