Re: [GKD] Analyzing the Harvard e-Readiness Guide

2002-05-21 Thread Nancy Hafkin
The infoDev web site has a four page list of e-readiness sites, guides to doing same and methodologies. It's the best place to look for a better model. http://www.infodev.org/ereadiness/methodology.htm Nancy Hafkin Philipp Schmidt wrote: Many people seem to have valid criticism for the

Re: [GKD] Analyzing the Harvard e-Readiness Guide

2002-05-21 Thread clupan
Dear GKD members, I would like to join this interesting discussion on e-readiness, especially since the Development Gateway was mentioned in the first message from Mr. Hopmann, dated May 6, regarding the Harvard e-Readiness Guide. My name is Calin Lupan and I am on the Development Gateway team,

Re: [GKD] Analyzing the Harvard e-Readiness Guide

2002-05-20 Thread philipp
Many people seem to have valid criticism for the Harvard e-Readiness guide. Does anyone know of a better model/methodology that is freely available? In addition I would be interested in e-Strategy examples (which I understand as the necessary next step after e-Assessment efforts) that have been

Re: [GKD] Analyzing the Harvard e-Readiness Guide

2002-05-15 Thread sandoval
I am in agreement with Cornelio Hopmann and Michel Menou about CID Readness Guide. I have a lot of criticisms but I add just one: The most fundamental things in future information society are Education and Healthcare. To have a well educated people and in good health is the main challenge. But