“The public service is competing for talent in the strongest national labour market in 35 years. There are many other organizations, from businesses to universities to non-governmental organizations that are actively competing to recruit Canada’s top university and community college graduates.”
Archive for January, 2009
Wear a helmet and get right to it.
Well, not quite.
I’ve got a slew of topics to write up about the Government of Canada and Web 2.0, and my vision for government, but to proceed strategically, I’ve been thinking about the scope and focus of this blog and my approach. As there are many factors to consider if I want to make this a blog worth reading to my target audience to influence positive change in government and share my views and insights, I have recently looked into the government policy affecting this blog.
I think the context of my role in this blog works constructively, to complement my graduate studies in Public Administration, studying Web 2.0 and government, and this constructive approach needs to extend as well to the tone of the blog; to be constructive with criticisms, relevant with insights, and fair with its assertions. These are my guiding values.
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