The Public Governance Exchange (PGEx) - Institute on Governance

The learnings from PGEx continue to shape the advisory, educational, and research work of the IOG. 

PGEx was a multi-year, multi-jurisdictional syndicated program of applied research in public governance. 

The PGEx research agenda was member-directed and included ongoing member participation to ensure that the IOG’s research was relevant and responsive to member needs. Under the PGEx rubric, the IOG developed many of its signature analytic and pedagogical tools, such as the Governance Continuum, Autonomy Index, Governance Scorecard, and Risk Lens on Governance. PGEx also sponsored numerous seminars and both qualitative and quantitative research papers on issues such as distributed governance, administrative consolidation in government, Crown corporation governance, and the role of boards in public sector organizations, as well as large-scale learning events in which public sector leaders discussed topical issues in public governance. The learnings from PGEx continue to shape the advisory, educational, and research work of the IOG.

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