January 2017 issue: A proposal to change public service culture
A Serious Error in Judgement: Former PBO throws Public Service Leadership under the Bus
Nearly one-third of public sector execs are actively “disengaged”
A curriculum fit for public service transformation
Social leadership and a public servant’s pride
UK’s chief public executive keynote at APEX symposium
Systems evolution: A gigamap
What is the central challenge facing government institutions and societies in coming decades? We define this challenge as Digital Era Governance, where information knows few boundaries, power is dispersed, and authority and accountability need to be reconceived.
Policy development in the digital age
Last September the federal government announced a small business hiring credit. Asked to justify the policy, finance minister Joe Oliver cited analysis by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), a nonprofit that represents the interests of small and mid-size business owners.
Global Solution Networks: A revolution in governance
I don’t think governments have changed fundamentally since Al Gore made that famous commitment 20 years ago. We’ve largely paved the cow path and I think we know what needs to be done: we need to change the whole architecture of government. We need to release raw data so that governments can become a platform where civil society, the private sector and other government agencies can self-organize to create public value.