Rising tide of engagement on Aboriginal issues
I think the idea that someday the department's lights will turn out and cease to exist is really a myth. There will always be a part of the executive branch of the government of Canada that deals with Aboriginal people.
A wolf in deficit’s clothing?
Although a recent international poll indicates that Canada's public sector is in better shape than other nations to face the current economic downturn, there is nevertheless an important opportunity to take quick and effective action to help it recover from budget deficits.
Dealing with the all-consuming deficit
BOC Governor David Dodge Retires with Legacy of Straight Talk and Sound Action
Achieving high performance in government
The education of high performance managers
Supply chain attacks
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Data-driven government implementation
Full data-driven government implementation has been an ongoing goal for many years. But human obstacles, the unwillingness to collaborate, cybersecurity…
Deploying critical assets to the cloud
In this episode, J. Richard Jones talks with two experts from FireEye about cloud. FireEye is the intelligence-led security company….
Meeting new demands and citizens expectations
The year 2020 will be remembered as a time when the world as we knew came to a halt. But…
Benchmark shares how they are helping government accelerate their digital transformation
In this episode, hear about an organization – Benchmark Corp – and how they can help government accelerate their digital…
Actions speak louder than words
Mastering the art of remote management
Going the extra mile, remotely
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……....