For the last 17 years, Nellie Mayshak has been traveling around the globe, undertaking one high profile initiative after another in an effort to help nations recover and reform rational systems of government and public service after extended periods of disruption, if not chaos.
TORONTO, Dec. 7, 2017 /CNW/ – Public sector reform is a critical imperative, especially among the developing countries of the world that intend to take their place alongside leaders in creating healthy societies.
Digital technology is considered a critical enabler of public sector reform – or the drive to bring about changes in the structures and processes in governments and their agencies, so that they run more efficiently and cost effectively.
It is, perhaps, easy to understand why many consider the term “trusted government” to be oxymoron. Even as global efforts to reform governments and their agencies in line with citizens’ expectations as to what they should be delivering in services and policies, public trust is eroding.
OAKVILLE, ON, Jan. 18, 2018 /CNW/ – A critical need among developing economies is public sector institutions that operate effectively and efficiently. But effective change management programs to foster their evolution often encounter barriers, according to public service reform specialist Nellie Mayshak.