Public sector risk management in an era of global uncertainty
Crises are anything but new and novel. Why then, in recent decades, has the management of risk and crises engendered so much research in business schools and occupied so much time in corporate boardrooms?
Preserving the policy role
The public sector faces an issue that threatens its historic role and future utility. If the issue is not addressed effectively, we will witness an ever more rapid deterioration in relations between senior members of the civil service and their politic masters.
Fundamental change: Why public sector governance is evolving
The last few months have been busy in Ottawa. Since June, Canadians have witnessed a series of events that bring into question the role of the federal government and the evolving status of the public service.
Reforms, Election and Cyberspace
Immunity passports, a looming election, digitizing, and diversity
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
CGE Weekly – Episode 6￼
The Roaring 20’s in the Canadian Public Sector In or latest exciting episode of CGE Weekly, host, J. Richard Jones…
Futureproofing for the Strategic Review
Guest host, Lori Turnbull, Deputy Editor, Canadian Government Executive welcomes very special guest Michael Wernick, former clerk of the Privy…
A Sustainable Ecosystem to Bridge the Skills Gap in Canada
Tune in to co-hosts, J. Richard Jones and Lori Turnbull, Deputy Editor, Canadian Government Executive and Director, School of Public…
The Canadian Cloud Difference
In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones chats with Craig McLellan, Chief Executive Officer of ThinkOn about the…