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Day: 29 December 2014

Is there a need for lean in the public sector? 

It’s no secret that LEAN has demonstrated great success in the private sector for many years. Within the last decade, LEAN has also proven to be effective in healthcare, education, finance, and now government.

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Is change management in the public sector really different? 

There have been a great number of change initiatives in the federal public service in recent years, whether characterized as transformative change, reform, renewal, or reorganization, and new initiatives, such as Blueprint 2020, continue to be put forward.

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Turning complexity into dexterity 

All governments, including Canada’s, strive to manage taxpayers’ dollars more efficiently. One challenge to that goal is complexity, embodied by projects involving multiple stakeholders that often take years to complete.

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Open data and connection 

Connection: governments want it, citizens demand it, technology facilitates it and data makes it meaningful. Some hail data as the new oil.

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How to measure influence on policy 

Getting a clear definition of policy processes and functions can be difficult. A quick perusal of popular definitions suggests that policy processes involve problem identification, policy development – which may include research, advice, consensus building and advocacy, policy implementation and evaluation – as well as other activities.

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Corporate Activism 

I had a fascinating month of reading. I am smack dab in the middle of Todd Gitlin’s book Letters to…