Weekly Roundup – Nov. 22nd

Did you miss any of our content this week? Have no fear – we’ve got it all here.
Who says it’s not easy being green? Representatives from five Canadian cities weigh in on what their municipalities have been doing for the environment.

Green for good: Steve Glover, senior VP and head of Compugen Finance and the Green4Good program, talks about BC Hydro’s disposal of IT assets.

Greening government’s grey fleet: Stacey Perlmutter, strategic sales manager, Canada, for Enterprise Rent-a-Car, on how we can all re-think employee travel.

Editor-in-chief Toby Fyfe talks about the leadership gap

George Wenzel blogs about how to deal with transition stress and help guide one’s employees through times of change.

Great Expectations: John Wilkins on citizen-centred service delivery.

Editor emeritus Paul Crookall talks about management shenanigans in the latest installment of his Mismanage With Me series.

When process trumps principle: John Read on the need for clear procurement policies.

Staff writer Amy Allen on a partnership for French services in Canada’s north, the City of Ottawa’s new traffic app, and the Montfort Hospital’s move to cloud infrastructure.

Our new intern, Jeff Mackey, reports on Canada Health Infoway, the first Canadian and government-funded organization to receive the Global Project Management Office of the Year Award.

That’s it from us! Have a great weekend! And don’t forget to register for our Leadership Summit!

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