Publications

The IOG publishes both commissioned and uncommissioned work, including opinion articles, reports, thought pieces and discussion papers, analyses on opinion research, case studies, press releases, and academic journal articles.

Showing
All Publication Types
  • Select an option
  • All Publication Types
  • Editorials
  • Policy Papers
  • Reports
  • Resources
by
All Authors
  • Select an option
  • All Authors
  • Alix Jansen
  • Brian Huskins
  • Davide Cargnello
  • Dustin Munroe
  • Greg Richards
  • Jeff Kinder
  • Jennifer Mowbray
  • Karl Salgo
  • Laura Edgar
  • Marcel Chiasson
  • Marcia Nickerson
  • Mark Robbins
  • Maryantonett Flumian
  • Matt Chegus
  • Matt Jackson
  • Michael O’Neill
  • Steve Tomlins
  • Tim Gauthier
  • Toby Fyfe
from
All Years
  • Select an option
  • All Years
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 2007
  • 2006
  • 2005
  • 2004
  • 2003
  • 2002
  • 1999
  • 1998
  • 1997
  • 1996
  • 1995
  • 1994
  • 1993
related to
All Categories
  • Select an option
  • All Categories
  • Board & Organizational Governance
  • Digital Governance
  • Indigenous Governance
  • Leadership and Learning
  • Modernization
  • Public Governance
  • Science and Innovation Policy

The Evolution of Business Incubator and Accelerator Policy in Canada : A Review of CAIP

EditorialBy Mark RobbinsOn September 11, 2018

It is a common misconception that good ideas and scientific breakthroughs will achieve commercial viability all on their own. In fact, the gap between discovery research and successful commercialization is so large and perilous that it is...

Read more ›

Does ‘Deliverology’ Deliver?

ReportBy Greg Richards & Matt ChegusOn August 28, 2018

The deliverology approach has been implemented in many different jurisdictions. Proponents claim that the approach significantly improves delivery of policy outcomes. Others argue that some of the claimed improvements result from “gaming”...

Read more ›

How to Make Public Servants Innovate? Teach Them at University

By Michael O’NeillOn August 22, 2018

This piece was originally published on Apolitical. Governments across the globe are grappling with an innovation problem — how to remake themselves as agile, responsive and proactive actors in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex...

Read more ›

4th Annual Digital Governance Forum Report

ReportBy Steve TomlinsOn July 18, 2018

The effectiveness of government in the age of accelerating technology continues to wane and governments everywhere struggle to keep up. With the regular emergence of new, unprecedented and generally disruptive technologies, government in...

Read more ›

Turning Inclusive Innovation into Programs: Four Recommendations for the Federal Government

EditorialBy Mark Robbins & Alix JansenOn July 12, 2018

In a recent article with the Canadian International Council, we made the argument that while political support for “inclusive innovation” has become widespread, this has not been effectively translated into programs. When the policies in...

Read more ›

NATO Summit 2018: Turbulent Waters Ahead

EditorialBy Mark RobbinsOn July 9, 2018

This week, Brussels is playing host to the 2018 NATO summit where the alliance will be discussing ongoing coordination, emerging security challenges and the geopolitical situation more broadly. However, this is not just any NATO summit,...

Read more ›