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Volume 55, 2023First Workshop affiliated to the annual International Conference on Exploring Service Science (IESS Workshop 2.3)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||IESS Workshop Papers|
|Published online||27 July 2023|
People-first PPPs for Services (4PS): A possible way of developing society
1 CUI-ISI, Route de Drize 7, 1227 Carouge, Suisse
2 Foundation Cintcom-ESI, Chemin de Champ-Claude 10, 1214 Vernier, Suisse
The digital technologies and systems have considerable impacts on the development of entities, countries, and society. More than just finding solutions, they support the considerable expansions of human activities to observe critical situations of development and overcome them. To face up to these expansions, following service science, development is based on service ecosystems with an informational infrastructure comprising an information base, organizational and digital architectures. All activities of development are multidisciplinary, multi-institutional, multinational, and, what’s more, they combine many aspects, societal, digital, political, legal, ethical. Despite their heterogeneity, the private-public partnership for services (4PS) provides them with a framework to foster efficiency, cognitive unity, and identity. Finally, this approach enables a clear picture of how the development and its outcomes are democratic, inclusive, responsible, and accountable.
Key words: development of society / informational knowledge / transdisciplinary / contributory service / cognitive continuity / adoption / service system / complex service / PPP / 4PS
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