THREE PARADIGMS IN GOVERNMENT (GOOD GOVERNANCE, DYNAMIC GOVERNANCE, AND AGILE GOVERNANCE)
Peter F. Drucker(1991) said that prime causal of the state fail is management. Drucker saying is concordance with UNDP and World Bank, made a new paradigm in government namely, good governance. After a decade, good governance paradigm running all over the world, Neo and Chen (2013) introduce dynamic governance paradigm as continuing and improving of good governance paradigm. This paradigm focus on adaptive policies, also government official must have three capabilities, which are thinking ahead, thinking again, and thinking across. Schwab in 2017 published a book about industrial revolution 4.0 that shocked the world. One year after, Schwab with Davis (2018) introduce a new paradigm for governance in industrial revolution 4.0 with the name agile governance. This paper is trying to explain concept connectivity between good governance, dynamic governance, and agile governance to achieve better governance. This paper seeks to explain the link between the paradigm of good governance, dynamic governance, and agile governance. The goal is that state and regional administrators can use it for public policy making material that benefits the community and is anticipatory.
Key words: agile governance, dynamic governance, good governance.
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