The Productivity Project & Deep Work
The Bookshelf: Simple Sabotage
The Leader’s Bookshelf – Leadership BS By Jeffrey Pfeffer
Work Rules by Laszlo Bock
The art of mentorship
Mentoring can be one of the most critical – as well as challenging and rewarding – tasks we undertake in the workplace. Sometimes it’s formal. Sometimes it’s informal. But always, when effective, it’s important.
The right balance: The case for strong plural, public and private sectors
In recent years, it has been customary for government – and government executives – to be looked down upon, while business has been exalted. Somebody who hasn’t succumbed is management guru Henry Mintzberg.
The consequences of loss of focus
In 1994 psychiatrist Edward Hallowell coined the term “attention deficit trait” to describe a common problem he saw emerging in the workplace: The tendency to hop from task to task in a rush, without proper focus on what people were doing or should be doing.
What we have here is failure to motivate
Leaders motivate. They nudge and cajole staff into inspired work, wielding monetary incentives when required, at least in the private sector. Without motivation, employees might wither and certainly wouldn’t shine. That’s a basic premise of leadership and managerial thinking. And it’s dead wrong...
Reforms, Election and Cyberspace
Immunity passports, a looming election, digitizing, and diversity
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
Public trust and infodemics
CGE Weekly – episode 11
The CGE Leadership Series Host, J. Richard Jones and CGE editor-in-chief, Dr. Lori Turnbull, once again weigh in on the…
DXC Technology’s Role in Data and Analytics in Public Sector
Welcome back to another episode of CGE Radio with host, J. Richard Jones. This week we talk to Kristen Leroux,…
From Cloud First to Cloud Smart
Join host J. Richard Jones for the latest episode of CGE Radio. He speaks with Craig McLellan, Chief Executive Officer…
CGE Weekly – episode 10:
The Canadian Budget Welcome back to another episode of CGE Weekly with host, J. Richard Jones. This week, CGE editor-in-chief,…