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Month: September 2012

Recruiting a better business bureaucracy 

This month, I’ll break from the tradition and look at a book that Canadian government executives should be aware of, but which doesn’t have any particularly tempting techniques...

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Strategic thinking required for a grand strategy 

A U.K. House of Commons report by the Public Administration Select Committee tackles the issue – more to the point, the absence – of strategic thinking across government at the highest level.

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The public service and varsity sports 

More and more, money alone doesn't cut it to attract and keep employees. To draw and keep the people we need, we must focus, relentlessly, on challenging them.

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A modern approach to service delivery 

More than 15 years ago, the Ontario government implemented a model that transformed the delivery of public services for consumer protection and public safety.

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A PQ win and the public service 

What’s in store for the public service of Quebec? We heard the expected: “We want a country and we will have it.” But we did not hear the PQ’s intentions on how it would manage.

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The HR manager’s growing challenge 

In the spring of 2012, interviews were held with over 55 human resources officers in the U.S. federal government. The report reminds us again that the rate of internal change is increasing.

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Public management gone global 

There seems little argument in the wake of the financial crisis shaking the foundations of the global economy that good government is a necessity for every country in the world.

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Maximizing your public-private partnerships 

The P3 model is different from traditional procurement: it transfers significant risk from the public sector, focuses on on-time, on-budget delivery, and long term building maintenance tied to the performance of the partner.

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