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During my career in the public service, I’ve had the chance to work with directors who all had their different styles. Some were strong visionaries, others had great coaching styles; some were better at self-direction; and so on.

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Month: January 2015

A New Year’s resolution – open communication 

During my career in the public service, I’ve had the chance to work with directors who all had their different styles. Some were strong visionaries, others had great coaching styles; some were better at self-direction; and so on.

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Open Government is Trending 

I know I’m Civic Engagement’s equivalent to being a “Homer” …no, not Homer Simpson. I’m talking about the guy who……...

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The digital bypass 

There was a time when reporters played a significant "gatekeeper" role when it came to government information: at its simplest, most announcements were made through the media, because that was the most effective way for politicians to reach Canadians. This gave journalists, and the media, a fair amount of influence in both determining what stories got coverage and in the unfolding of public policy debates. This world has been turned upside down by social media.

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Impact of digital culture and technology on democracy 

In what ways are digital culture and technology affecting our democratic processes: on elections, citizen engagement, the media, service delivery, policy development and more? Find out at the Digital Governance Forum: Defining Westminster in the Digital Age...

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How to change the world (or sell government) in three acts 

You can’t appear for your important presentations in a black turtleneck and jeans like Steve Jobs did. And you don’t have alluring electronic gizmos to talk about. So suggesting you might learn from the presentation approach of the hallowed Apple pitchman might seem ludicrous.

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