Modern leadership: agile, adept and collaborative
In light of the announcement last week of the retirement from public service after 37 years of the Clerk of the Privy Council, we return to an interview with Wayne Wouters in the fall of 2011. Pre Blueprint 2020, he spoke with editor Toby Fyfe about the qualities of leadership required for the modern public service.
Lessons from the field: How changemakers get things done
Day in the Life: Policy advisor brings fresh perspective to military exercise
Riley Hennessey is serving with the Department of National Defence (DND) at Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC), the largest military maritime exercise in the world, taking place around the Hawaiian Islands and in San Diego from 26 June to 1 August.
Jennifer Ellis: Ontario’s disaster recovery leader
Science solution: The business of innovation
A global engineer for change
I met Elizabeth and John when I stayed in their village, Gbaln, in Ghana's Northern Region. I stayed in Elizabeth's home and she became my companion for four days, translating much of my experience because my Lingpapa was limited to greetings.
A tale of two cities: Differing perspectives on city governance
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Operating in the digital environment
Roundup of public sector news – Remote work, federal election, and a new digital transformation event
In this episode of the Last Word podcast, CGE Radio host J. Richard Jones talks with the Deputy Editor of…
Cloud: The difference between data residency and data sovereignty
Given the time in which we are living, governments around the world are embracing cloud more and more than ever…
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…