Dominik Wörner is a thought leader at the intersection of technology, change management and public administration with a specialisation in e-government, innovation, and efficiency. Dominik holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayreuth and completed exchange semesters at the University of York and Tel Aviv University. As part of the dual degree program, he holds an MPP from the Hertie School and an MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). He received scholarships from the ERP-Program (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes), the German Academic Exhange Service (DAAD), the Hertie School Fellowship and the Blocker Fellowship. He has worked with numerous cities, counties, foundations and ministries across Germany and internationally, helping them involve their stakeholders in change-making processes.
Master’s thesis title
Development of the government of Aruba’s e-government-strategy: Increasing the readiness of public servants and Arubans for e-government