Cutting Edge Governance: SPPG and IOG panel discussion
Author: Eddy Nason
Date: Monday, February 13th, 2012
Time: 4:00 pm – 5.30 pm
Location: School for Public Policy and Governance in Toronto
Address: University of Toronto, Canadiana Building, 3rd floor, 14 Queen’s Park Cres. West, Toronto, ON, M5S 3K9
Governance is not static; it evolves and innovates over time and across jurisdictions. To capture the leading edge of this innovation, the Institute on Governance has analyzed eight cutting edge approaches to governance in the public sector. These eight governance approaches range from municipal level governance, all the way to supra-national governance approaches. The key factors in all of these cutting edge governance approaches are: an increase in partnerships with multiple stakeholders (public and private sectors, non-profits and citizens); willingness to experiment with aggregation or devolution of organizations, and; a focus on the governance arrangements providing better outcomes for citizens.
Todd Cain; VP Board and Organizational Governance, Institute on Governance
Mel Cappe; Professor at the School of Public Policy & Governance, former President of the Institute for Research on Public Policy.
Janet Mason; Assistant Deputy Minister, Planning and Research, and Strategy and Results, Cabinet Office, Government of Ontario.
Mark Stabile, Director of the School of Public Policy & Governance and Professor of Economics and Public Policy & the Rotman School of Management.
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