Office of Greening Government Operations The Office of Greening Government Operations (OGGO) was created in April 2005 within Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC). OGGO’s mandate is to accelerate the greening of the government’s operations by working closely with other federal departments, particularly Treasury Board Secretariat and Environment Canada. What is Greening Government Operations?
Trust and Networks Trust makes networks work. When trust is high among members of a network, there’s a wonderful cohesiveness and capacity to get work done. When trust is low and relationships are plagued by suspicion, networks collapse into brittle organizational structures that rarely offset their operational costs in real world outcomes. Trust builds living networks
A new approach to workplace learning
Join us for the Business Analytics Government Forum 2011 on January 28, 2011 at The National Arts Centre, Ottawa. You know the challenge you face today. You need to make better decisions – at every level of your organization – that will lead to more effective outcomes and build the public’s faith in good government…all
In the past, dealing with the U.S. government often meant dealing with paperwork, paper trails and a system of constituent outreach that might not have been the most customer-centric in its approach. That was then; this is now. From the campaign trail to Capitol Hill, the government has upped the ante in how it communicates