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This is the presentation we used to support the panel discussion on Policy, Guidance and Ethics at the first Collaborative Management Day, Canadian Federal PS learning event. #goc3

This is the presentation we used to support the panel discussion on Policy, Guidance and Ethics at the first Collaborative Management Day, Canadian Federal PS learning event. #goc3

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  • This slide is to remind the audience that as leaders it is their job to take some risks. Recognized that some risk is necessary for us to move forward and we are in the business of risk management not risk avoidance. Recently heard this attributed to Drucker; People who take risks make about two big mistakes a year, people who don’t take risks make about two big mistakes a year. Need to reinstate global position with a digital economy Renew the public service for the next century Decentralized centralization Networked learning Public value management Image: Schooner BLUENOSE crossing finish line. LAC Online MIKAN no. 3192660 (1 item) 1921 http://collectionscanada.gc.ca/pam_archives/index.php?fuseaction=genitem.displayEcopies&lang=eng&rec_nbr=3192660&rec_nbr_list=3192660,3623753,3642258,3400093,3400092&title=Schooner+BLUENOSE+crossing+finish+line.+&ecopy=a030802&back_url=(http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/lac-bac/result/all-tout.php?FormName=Fed+Simple+Search&SourceQuery=&ResultCount=5&PageNum=1&MaxDocs=-1&SortSpec=score+desc&Language=eng&SearchIn_1=&SearchInText_1=Bluenose+(Schooner)&Operator_1=AND&SearchIn_2=&SearchInText_2=&Operator_2=AND&SearchIn_3=&SearchInText_3=&Sources_1=amicus&Sources_2=mikan&Sources_3=genapp&Sources_4=web&soundex=on&cainInd=)

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  • Collaborative Management Day Policies, Guidance, Values & Ethics Panel Janice Yates  - Colin McKay - Mary Anne Stevens - Thom Kearney (moderator)
  • The panel [email_address] Coordinating TBS Guidance [email_address] Change agent, privacy expert [email_address] Director, Values and Ethics Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer [email_address] Moderator: Strategy Guy - Consultant
  • Trust Open Communication Purpose
  • Policies Official Languages Accessibility Security Privacy Procurement Common Look & Feel Intellectual property Information Management Information Technology Values and Ethics Access to Information Communications What about? You don’t need permission to do your job! Legal
  • Guidelines
    • TBS:
      • Internal use, 2008 - External Use for Departments
      • - External Use for Employees
    • Community:
      • See GCPEDIA, CCO, Social Media Sub Council, etc
    Social Media Sub Council http://govsocmed.pbworks.com/w/page/15060420/FrontPage Social Media Governance http://socialmediagovernance.com/policies.php Social Media Today http://www.socialmediatoday.com/SMC/155843 GCPEDIA www.gcpedia.gc.ca
  • gazette
  • Values and Ethics
    • Duty of loyalty
      • Democratic value: ultimate decision makers are those that are elected to do so (government of the day)
    Respect Don’t be stupid
  • http://www.ottawacitizen.com/technology/guard+privacy/3898081/story.html#ixzz16fpzDCKL
  • ``A ship in harbour is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for `` John Shedd Bluenose 1,,Library and Archives Canada
  • Your Federal license to innovate
    • “ Innovation is about doing things differently in ways that are more effective and efficient.  We need new ideas and ways of doing things, greater flexibility, more experimentation and better implementation.
    Clerk of the Privy Council, Wayne Wouters, 2010-11 Public Service Renewal Action Plan
    • Deputy heads will foster a culture of innovation, both in the way they manage their organizations and in the way they serve and engage Canadians, through activities such as:
      • building strong employee and managers’ networks;
      • developing collaborative work environments;
      • further reducing the “Web of Rules”; and
      • experimenting with Web 2.0 technology, including GCPEDIA.”
  • Principles Be professional Be transparent Be accountable Be respectful Do no harm
  • Discussion [email_address] Coordinating TBS Guidance [email_address] Change agent, privacy expert [email_address] Director, Values and Ethics Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer @thomkearney Strategy Guy - Consultant