Saving service: Responding to fiscal pressures
Peter Wallace has a tough task. As the new Head of the Ontario Public Service (OPS) and Clerk of the Executive Council, he took over as the province received a fiscal knuckle rapping and now faces a report recommending radical transformation.
The motivating power of progress
If you're of a certain age, you may remember the slogan for General Electric from the 1960s: "Progress is our most important product." It was one of the most successful advertising slogans of that era.
Mutual respect: Alberta’s public leadership
As part of our ongoing series of conversations on the relationship between public service and elected government, Alberta Clerk of the Executive Council Brian Manning spoke with editor Robert Parkins on how the province is meeting its mission and mandate.
Arctic cooperation: Knowledge sharing trumps confrontation
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Supply chain attacks
Supply chain attacks are not common, and the SolarWinds Supply-Chain Attack is one of the most potentially damaging attacks we’ve…
Shaping smarter, more liveable cities
We have been hearing about smart cities for a little while now. Smart cities use data collected through sensors and…
Exploring the potential of Edge computing
As cloud becomes foundational, this year will see an increased focus in edge computing. In 2020, innovations in next-generation communications such…
Transforming Canada’s immigration environment – A key to our economic recovery
Immigration isn’t something that is top of mind in the day to day of most Canadians, but it’s a fundamental…
Think twice before acting: The Legal Aid dilemma
There is no Justice without access to Justice. ̶ BEVERLEY MCLACHLIN (2011), FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA Tim Hortons, hockey, igloos, and the long-awaited NBA championship……....