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Posts Tagged ‘Governance’

Introducing LMIC’s first Operational Plan

In April 2018, we released our first Strategic Plan to provide a high-level overview of our core objectives and planned accomplishments over the coming three years. In particular, in an effort to improve the timeliness, reliability, and accessibility of labour market information, we established three core strategic goals – Collect, Analyze, and Distribute – each with a…Read More

Making sense of the future of work in Canada

When I joined LMIC in April, one of my first priorities was to help provide insights on the jobs of today and tomorrow. To that end, my team and I began investigating the immense area of research and analysis known as the “future of work.” The variety of studies in this area touches on everything from…Read More

Openness and transparency: Cornerstones of good governance

Two tenets of good governance are leadership and effectiveness. I wrote about these themes in my last two articles, talking about the need for collaboration in evidence-based policy making and a better understanding of the changing world of work. Another vital principle is accountability, and the openness and transparency that entails. Public accountability  The Government of Canada’s Fall Economic…Read More

Evidence-based policy making is a collaborative endeavour

In my last article, I spoke about the importance of evidence-based policy making and the urgent need – given the rapid changing nature of work – for better information and insights to support Canadians, policy makers and stakeholders. To inform good policy development, evidence-based insights are necessary but are they sufficient? Given that policy decisions are…Read More