Canadian Public Sector Management in Crisis Introduction A number of unfolding trends suggest that Canadian governments are not up to the task of providing innovative, intelligent, and efficient public sector management, and, as a consequence, are unable to build and maintain a bond of service, accountability, and respect with their citizens. The main reasons for this failure have to do with the quality, organization, and development of Canadian public servants themselves. While it may not be politically correct to make this point, it is still the case that the Canadian public sector is not making use of the human capital necessary to build and maintain a truly service-oriented government at both the regional and federal levels. Public...The end:
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