Valuing all credentials equally: What’s in it for you?
Adobe: SMARTnering with the public sector
Young leaders: Deputy minister or private executive?
Are the top business grads in Canada headed for private sector employment or is government able to attract their talent? A study surveying 400 commerce students at the business school of a Canadian university found that the students with the highest grades and work experience have the same attitudes toward working for the government as their peers.
It takes courage to lead in today’s public sector
Adobe’s Digital Government Assembly: A way forward
Adobe held its third annual Digital Government Assembly on Thursday at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. The key theme of the event was the pressing need for the public sector to catch up with the private sector in the delivery of digital services.
Prevention-focused people and risk aversion
If there’s one thing we talk about all the time in government, it’s risk. And while we often bemoan the timidity of the public sector, and talk about creating a culture of risk in government, what we really want to know is: what are its limits and how can I “manage” it?
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Operating in the digital environment
The next big thing in cybersecurity
Cybersecurity, especially in this time is critical to ensure that systems, data and private information are kept safe. In this…
Telecommunications networks are evolving in keeping with technological advancements. In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones talks with…
COVID Round Two, An Interview with Alex Miller, Esri Canada
In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones talks with Alex Miller from Esri Canada about COVID round two,…
The Maple Leaf Unites Us All, An Interview with CAN Fund Founder Jane Roos
Jane Roos was a promising track athlete before a devastating car accident ended her athletic career at age 19. Jane…