Life, space and buildings: CSE’s organizational transformation
Intrapreneurs: How System-Changers Think, Design and Act
The Emperor has no clothes: A lesson in courage
GTEC: Showcasing IT’s strategic role
Ottawa’s GTEC 2014 event is in full swing, and its theme, Government from the Outside-In, touches on three important issues for governments in the digital age. The first is the role of institutional IT. In the days of e-government, the IT function was seen as the enabler of change.
Social media’s deliberative challenge
Social media presents new challenges for all organizations and for government nowhere more so than in modernizing public engagement where traditional techniques often fall short. Successfully linking heightened participation and better outcomes requires deep-seeded innovation in devising and nurturing deliberation.
GTEC: Navigating change
People often seem surprised by how I find ways to get stuff done where others say it is impossible. I do so by being intentional about how I navigate through the present toward the future. Since each new attempt at systems change is mostly uncharted territory, this is harder than it sounds.
Digital government: Start with the data
Fifteen years ago, citizen-centric e-government drove transformation efforts. Today, the new frontier is digital government. Andrea Di Maio is managing vice president for public sector in Gartner Research. He argues that to be effective, digital government innovation needs to blend both citizen-centric and data-centric approaches.