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Is urban management able to keep up with a fluid context of incessant digitization and increasingly interconnected urban challenges? For Martin Brynskov, «the way in which cities are organized as organizations is 200 years old: different silos do different things – roads, education, health – while, with digital transformation, the data cuts across». We are, therefore, at a turning point that requires a reorganization of cities to ensure that the decisions made about their management make them work «as a whole.»

 

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