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June 10, 2016

Deliverology & Implementation event in pictures

On June 7, over 40 senior executives from within the public sector in Ontario gathered for another event in the CGE Leadership Series at the BLG office in downtown Toronto.

Deliverology and Implementation was the theme for the breakfast event which was sponsored by Softchoice and organized under the Canadian Government Executive media banner of providing excellence to public sector.

The main speaker was Tony Dean, a professor at the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto. He was also the Secretary of the Cabinet and Head of the Ontario Public Service from 2002 to 2008. Dean spoke on the captivating subject of Delivering on Government Priorities.

Craig Szelestowski, president of Lean Agility gave a presentation on Delivering Deliverology. Tony Olvet and David Senf from IDC Canada also presented their latest findings on cloud and the implementation of the data centre.

To get a taste of the main presentation, check out the article on Deliverology.

Below we have a slideshow to give a recap of the event in pictures.

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Canadian Government Executive is in the process of organizing its annual CGE Leadership Summit which is scheduled for October 5th to be held in Ottawa on this vitally important topic of Deliverology, which is gaining popularity with the Trudeau government.

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Marcello is responsible for content strategy for Canadian Government Executive, IT in Canada Online and WRLWND and also is the host of WRLWND Radio. An avid technology enthusiast, he has worked on content leadership strategies for a number of industries including the public sector, life science, technology and defence.

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