Inside Magazine - EU edition 2017
This third special edition of Inside is dedicated to European Institutions and Agencies, and explores the great challenges professionals involved in the public sector will need to overcome for the interest of their organization.
Organizations play a key role in shaping the world that we live in today, serving its citizens and organizations, but also coordinating between each other, member states and collaborating with third-party states. This multitude of stakeholders result in a complex environment, with numerous challenges specific to EU Institutions.
Although acting in a non-profit environment, European Institutions are increasingly challenging their existing structures and looking for ways to optimize the ways in which they operate. This is why this year’s edition starts by looking at how EU institutions can benefit from organizational and finance transformation, embracing digital financial systems and capitalizing on innovative concepts in Talent Management.
While striving for efficiency, European Institutions nevertheless need to maintain their focus on their citizens, through continuing excellence on policy making and striving to optimize its customer experience. This will increase citizen engagement, public trust and legitimacy, supporting the success of European projects in the future.
Like other organizations EU Institutions cannot ignore digitalization, and understanding how digital technologies create new possibilities and challenges is essential. In order to provide an adapted regulatory environment, and take advantage of digital opportunities, including positive social impact and the management of regulatory risks, EU institutions can capitalize on a close cooperation between private and public stakeholders.
While digital technologies can support risk management, they may also generate new risks. EU authorities need to respond to these security issues and national agencies have to cooperate in order to unify international capabilities and benefit from a bigger network to minimize risks and maximize cybersecurity.
In this issue
- Organizational transformation in the EU context
- Rethinking your business with the digital financial technology
- Talent management in the EU
Addressing European Human Capital challenges
- “It’s the customer who pays the wages”
The customer experience imperative for EU Institutions
- Horizon 2020 at the crossroads
European banking sector model in question
- Driven by disruption
Digitized trust and collaboration in the EU
- The promise of RegTech
Elevating regulatory risk management in the financial industry to an effective business management practice
- Building a cybersecurity Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) and increasing national cybersecurity capabilities
How cybersecurity is funded in the European Union