Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
According to surveys of global senior executives, the success rate of change initiatives in organizations has been reported to be as low as 54 per cent. The cost associated with poor change-management skills is significant — financial losses, a decline in market share, poor productivity and low workplace morale. So, what is holding companies back […]Posted on
Creativity and Innovation Creative thinking has consistently been among the top attributes sought by employers and it’s proven that creativity and innovation can bolster the success of organizations. How should the corporate world encourage these qualities in the workplace? Leaders know that new strategies are needed to gain competitive advantage and streamline work processes. Creativity […]Posted on
The goal of Smart Cities is to leverage new technologies to serve people, promote sustainable development, and make densely populated cities more livable. Sounds ideal! But are municipalities at risk of handing over too much control to these powerful and rapidly evolving systems? Around the globe, cities like Toronto are becoming “living labs” where big […]Posted on
The difference between politicians and administrators is one of the great strengths of our system of responsible municipal government. But it is also a source of challenge and conflict. Would better training in the principles of political acuity make a difference in the efficiency of municipal governments? Political acuity is a set of capabilities and […]Posted on
In a typical day, health-care workers deal with a stream of stressful and urgent situations. They regularly retrieve medicines, materials and supplies from storage rooms — rooms that can get disorganized quickly. Searching for improperly stored items wastes time and tries patience. Disordered spaces create safety issues. Haphazard supply ordering can result in too much […]Posted on