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Bite sized learning about digital technology and government
We often hear “let’s get digital” but what does it really mean? Learn how a large department like Public Services and Procurement Canada made it happen
19 days ago•8 min read
Data has become the most prized commodity on earth. Data streams are more valuable than natural resources and this is having a major impact on the functions of public administration.
2 months ago•5 min read
Telework combined with the rollout of M365 tools has drastically changed the way we work. To keep pace in this new reality, we need to learn how to upgrade our skills, technically and behaviourally.
2 months ago•3 min read
Data is (or should be) how we assess needs and should inform how we subsequently allocate resources for women. That isn't always the case.
3 months ago•3 min read
Tech innovation needs to balance fairness, accessibility, and user-centric approaches with innovation in a way that engages all voices fairly.
4 months ago•3 min read
The pandemic has been transformative for government. Not just because of the acceleration that comes with new technology adoption, but because of the cracks it revealed in existing infrastructure.
4 months ago•2 min read
It goes without saying that working remotely has its pros and cons. For instance, have you stopped to think about your privacy and the privacy of your organization—and how to protect it?
5 months ago•3 min read
Experience mapping projects can seem overwhelming at first, followed by a lot of questioning and re-evaluating how work progresses. However, the final product and results are extremely rewarding.
6 months ago•10 min read
Four concrete tips for better listening that help create more useful questions and higher quality dialogue.
7 months ago•8 min read
Around the world, spurred by political divides and the rise of cheap, unregulated digital communications, countries are arguing about the role of their leaders, and the balance between the individual and the collective.
8 months ago•2 min read