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Month: May 2013

Keeping performance management relevant 

“Is performance management still relevant?” was the thought-provoking question posed by Murray Kronick in the February edition. The article noted that while performance management is still highly relevant...

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A blueprint for the future public service 

The Clerk of the Privy Council spoke at the APEX Symposium yesterday. While the substance and themes of the speech were taken from his Twentieth Annual Report to the Prime Minister on the Public Service of Canada, he did elaborate on one critical element of that document.

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Securing the wayward USB stick 

For normal day-to-day work in the office, most people have no need to move data “outside” the office network. We can save files on shared servers or even email large files within the office environment without question. The challenge comes when we have to go outside our office.

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Public service in profoundly changing times 

At this time of global uncertainty, Canada has strong frameworks: a sound political and legal environment, effective public services, one of the best-educated, most diverse workforces in the world, a competitive tax system, and an attractive business climate.

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Defence procurement: Does anyone care? 

A year since my last article on defence procurement, positive change is lacking while negatives abound. Does anyone care?

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Technological panaceas: The blinding effects of risky rhetoric 

In the midst of cutbacks and crisis, efficiency is vital to providing quality service. Increasingly, this may mean turning the reins over to technology to solve the ever widening array of problems affecting the public service today.

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The full monty: UK deputies face full exposure 

In the U.K. system, Permanent Secretaries are what we call Deputy Ministers. As part of that government’s Civil Service Reform Plan, Permanent Secretaries will have their objectives published online.

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Duffy and leadership 

What would journalist Mike Duffy say about Senator Mike Duffy? Maybe three things:

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Meaningful staff engagement tools 

Health Canada has developed six diversity collaboration tools that are readily adaptable and can be tailored to use across a variety of subject matters to gain public servant input and feedback.

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Changing the business-government relationship 

Like all provinces, Nova Scotia is grappling with transforming the way it provides services to citizens. And like most, it has realized it is poorly configured for the task.

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