Are you absolutely clear what the government wants to achieve? Are you absolutely clear what government’s role is? Are you confident that your preferred approach can be delivered?
These questions might appear too obvious for many government executives planning a project, but they were actually part of a checklist on “how to turn strategy into delivery” developed by Sir Michael Barber, head of the Delivery Unit launched in 2001 by then U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Barber’s approach was mockingly called “deliverology” – but he got that last laugh as the term that would later be recognized as a very effective method of improving performance by setting focused and aggressive targets, and providing frequent and structured follow-up.
Deliverology has been warmly embraced by the Trudeau government as well as a number of provincial governments.
To find out more about deliverology, come to the Deliverology & Implementation breakfast event to be presented by the Canadian Government Executive and Dell/Softchoice on June 7th from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Borden Lardner Gervais LLP office at the Scotia Plaza Tower on 40 King St. West, Toronto.
You will hear from Craig Szelestowski, government transformation specialist and president of Lean Agility, about the strengths of weaknesses of the deliverology approach. Craig will tell you how you can adapt deliverology to suit your needs and enable your own organization to deliver the service and outcomes your clients want and energize your staff at the same time.
Learn about the latest developments in cloud computing, data analytics, storage and networking are impacting Canadian organizations from two of the top analysts of IDC Canada: Tony Olvet, group vice president for research; and David Senf, program vice president, of the company’s infrastructure solutions group.
If you want to be an agent of innovation and transformation in your organization, this is the event to attend.
To find out more and to register, click on this link.