Many government organizations are using citizen development with low-code or no-code platforms to digitally transform their services, solve problems and make significant savings. We have put together some tips for government organizations considering citizen development, with a list of some examples of use cases as well as low-code or no-code vendors that have been approved for use by government.
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To build better applications, Citizen Developers need to obtain the necessary information to design and build data models, design user-friendly interfaces, and maximize the user experience, which make up the key components of a citizen development application.
To build better applications, citizen developers need to learn how to analyze and design for enterprise risk requirements as a part of capability development.
Does your idea pass the suitability test? Suitability assessment is a tool to assess the eligibility of a solution to be delivered using citizen development.
Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Drives Innovation and Reduces Training Costs By Building a Citizen Development eLearning Platformby
Aioi Nissay Dowa wanted to empower employees to build their own apps for solving problems and optimizing processes. They built an e-learning portal for citizen developer training which has boosted certifications and helped transform company culture towards a more innovation-driven and proactive employee mindset.
The hyper-agile software development lifecycle is an end-to-end process for developing and delivering applications using citizen development.
Ideation 2.0 uses tools and approaches to bring ideas to life. By using simple tools and techniques to generate and prioritize ideas, you can leverage the power of team collaboration.
Having a model for conceptualizing the wider organizational impacts of creating applications will help citizen developers design better solutions. An entity definition framework can help set out how changes may affect other parts of the organization.
The adoption of citizen development will have a profound effect on how organizations operate, serve their customers, and improve individuals’ work routines. Empowering business users to build apps, be creative and have autonomy will require modifications to the organization’s operating model.
Without the right culture within an organization, citizen development will not take root and thrive. This article gives an overview on creating a culture for citizen development.