Eleanor D. Glor Curriculum Vitae

Eleanor Glor is editor-in-chief and founding publisher of the electronic The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, located at: www.innovation.cc.

For many years an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University, Toronto, Eleanor is currently Fellow, McLaughlin College, York University. Eleanor spent her working life as a public servant for the Government of Canada, two Canadian provincial governments (Ontario and Saskatchewan), a regional municipality (York Region) and a city (Edmonton). She also worked for an international non-government organization, The United Nations Association in Canada. Before retiring from the Government of Canada, she worked on sustainable development in the Public Health Agency of Canada. Eleanor has published about innovation in the areas of aging, rehabilitation, public health, aboriginal health and the Government of Saskatchewan. She has also written about public sector innovation conceptually Eleanor has published six books, five chapters, and numerous articles on public sector innovation from a public policy, organizational, and especially a public service perspective. She has published 56 blind peer-reviewed articles and review essays and 31 non-blind peer-reviewed articles.

 

Peer-Reivewed Publications of Eleanor D. Glor

Books:

Submitted for publication, 2021: What Happens to Innovations? Predicting Introduction and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations: A Quantitative Analysis of Antecedent Clusters of Income Security Innovations, Saskatchewan 1971-2016

Leading-edge research in public sector innovation: Structure, dynamics, values and outcomes. E. D. Glor. (Ed.). 2018. Pieterlen and Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Ltd. https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/64504

Building Theory of Organizational Innovation, Change, Fitness and Survival, 2015. Ottawa, Canada: The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 20(2). Article 4 https://www.innovation.cc/books.htm

A Gardener Innovator's Guide to Innovating in Organizations. Ottawa, Canada: The Innovation Journal, 2006. https://www.innovation.cc/books.htm

Innovator as Gardener: A Manager's Guide to Innovating in Government. 2003. Ottawa: The Innovation Journal. https://www.innovation.cc/books.htm

Is Innovation a Question of Will or Circumstance? An Exploration of the Innovation Process Through the Lens of the Blakeney Government in Saskatchewan, 1971-82. E. D. Glor, (Ed.). 2000. The Innovation Journal at https://www.innovation.cc/books.htm under Books.

Policy Innovation in the Saskatchewan Public Sector, 1971-82, E. D. Glor (Ed.). 1997. Toronto: Captus Press.

Chapters:

"Introduction: Creating a Contemporary Public Innovation Discipline." 2018. Eleanor D. Glor (Ed.), Leading-Edge Research in Public Sector Innovation: Structure, Dynamics, Values and Outcomes. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. pp. 1-19. https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/64504

"Key Factors Influencing Innovation in Government." 2018. Eleanor D. Glor (Ed.), Leading-Edge Research in Public Sector Innovation: Structure, Dynamics, Values and Outcomes. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. pp. 23-51.

"A Framework for Studying the Impact of Innovation on Organizations, Organizational Populations, and Organizational Communities." 2018. Eleanor D. Glor (Ed.), Leading-Edge Research in Public Sector Innovation: Structure, Dynamics, Values and Outcomes. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang. pp. 53-75.

And Mario Rivera. 2017. "Innovation and Organizational Survival Research." James D. Ward (Ed.). Leadership and Change in Public Sector Organizations: Beyond Reform . Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge. Chapter 3, pp. 40-75.

"Public Sector Innovation in Canada," 1998. Hoffman, Randy, Diane Jurkowski, Victor MacKinnon, Janice Nicholson, James Simeon (eds). Public Administration: Canadian Materials, Third Edition, Toronto: Captus Press. pp. 300-340.

Articles:

“Defining, Distinguishing and Studying Public Sector Innovation and Change.” 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 4. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no3.htm

“Can the PRISMA Protocol be Used to Guide a Systematic Literature Review of Antecedents of Policy Innovation Trailblazing and Adoption? – I,” 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 2. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“Analysis of Antecedents of Trailblazing and Adoption of Public Policy Innovation Identified by a Systematic Literature Review– II,” 2021.The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 3. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“A Nomenclature and Classification System for Antecedents of Public Policy Innovation Trailblazing and Adoption Derived from a Systematic Literature Review – III,” 2021.The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 4. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“Comparisons of Antecedents of Trailblazing/Adoption and Quantitative/Qualitative Studies of Public Policy Innovation Identified in a Systematic Literature Review – IV,” 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 5. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“A Comparison of Antecedents of Different Types of Innovation – V.” 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2) 2021, article 6. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“Conclusion: Important Antecedents of Public Sector Innovation – VI.” 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2), article 7. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol26-no2.htm

“Factors and factor clusters most influential in introduction and global fate of innovations and their organizations – IV.” 2019. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 24(2), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol23-no2.htm

“Factors (Antecedents) Influencing Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – III.” 2018. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 23(2), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol23-no2.htm

“Studying Factors Affecting Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations - I: A New Instrument" Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV. 2017a. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 22(2), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol23-no2.htm

“Studying Factors Affecting Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – II: Verification of Raters and the Instrument.” 2017b. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 22(3), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol22-no3.htm

And Garry Ewart. "What Happens to Innovations and their Organizations?" 2016. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 21(3), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

And Mario Rivera. "Assessing the Relationship between Innovation and Survival in Organizations: An Empirical Review, Research Synthesis, and Analytical Case Study." 2016. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 21(2), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

And Mario Rivera "Proposal for Research on the Fate of Innovative Public Sector Organizations, Populations and Communities: A Research Synthesis and Prospectus." 2015. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 20(2), article 3. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

"Building Theory about Evolution of Organizational Change Patterns "Emergence: Complexity & Organization ( E:CO), 16(4) 2014. Avaiable at: https://journal.emergentpublications.com/issues

“Studying the Impact of Innovation on Organizations, Organizational Populations and Organizational Communities: A Framework for Research.” 2014. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 19(3), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

"Do innovative organisations survive longer than non-innovative organisations? Initial evidence from an empirical study of normal organizations". 2013. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 18(3), article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol18-no3.htm

Patterns of Canadian Departmental Survival. 2011. Canadian Public Administration. Vol. 54(4) December: 551-566.

"Identifying Organizational Patterns: Normative and Empirical Criteria for Organizational Redesign." 2008a. Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE), 14(3): 311-333.

"Toward Development of a Substantive Theory of Public Sector Organizational Innovation." 2008b The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 13(3), article 6. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol13-no3.htm

"Assessing Organizational Capacity to Adapt." 2007a. Emergence: Complexity & Organization (E:CO), 9(3): 27-40.

"Identifying Organizations Fit for Change." 2007b. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol 12(1), article 5. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol12-no1.htm

"Preparing for Work in Government." 2007c. Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE). 13(2): 269-288.

"Applying Innovative Processes to Improve Governance and Public Administration and Reduce Poverty." 2007d. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 12(2), 2007 article 6.

"About Empowerment." 2005. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 10(1), article 9. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol10-iss1.htm

"Innovation Traps: Risks and Challenges in Thinking About Innovation." 2003. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 8(3), article 3. http://www.innovation.cc/scholarly-style/2003_8_3_3_glor_innovation-traps-risks.pdf

And Ian Greene. "The Government of Canada Approach to Ethics: the evolution of ethical government." 2002-3. Public Integrity, Winter. Vol. 5(1). (Winter):39-65. 10.1080/15580989.2003.11770933. https://www.tandfonline.com

"Is Innovation a Question of Will or Opportunity?" 2002. The Case of Three Governments. International Public Management Journal (IPMJ). Vol. 4(1). 1-22.

"Codes of Conduct and Generations of Public Servants." 2001. International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS), Journal of IIAS and CAPAM. Vol. 67 (Sept) (3): 525-41

"Innovation Patterns." 2001. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 6(3) article 2, (July) https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol6-iss3.htm

"Ideas for enhancing employee empowerment in the government of Canada." 2001. Optimum, The Journal of Public Sector Management. Vol. 30(3-4): 14-26. https://www.optimumonline.ca/article.phtml?&id=139

"Comment renforcer les moyens d'action des employes du government du Canada?" 2001. Optimum La revue de gestion deu secteur public. Vol. 30(3,4): 13-28.

"An Innovative Manager's Check-List." 2001. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 6(2) article 3, (May). https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

"Has Canada Adopted the New Public Management?" 2001. Public Management Review: an international journal of theory and research. Vol. 3(1): 122-130.

"Key Factors Influencing Innovation in Government." 2001. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 6(2) article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol6-iss2.htm

"What Do We Know About Enhancing Creativity and Innovation? A Review of Literature." 1998. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 3(1) article 2. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol3-iss1.htm

"The Role of Innovation Awards." 1998. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 3(1) article 1. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol3-iss1.htm

"Encouraging Public Sector Innovation." 1997. Optimum, The Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 27-2, (Fall): 41-48.

"Encourager l'innovation dans le secteur public." 1997. Optimum, La Revue de gestion du secteur publique, Vol. 27-2, (Automne): 41-48.

“What is Public Sector Innovation?" 1997. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 2(1), article 1.

"Culture and value changes in the public service: the implications," 1994/95 Optimum, The Journal of Public Sector Management, 25(3) (Winter): 9-15.

"Changement de culture et nouvelles valeurs de la fonction publique fédérale: les conséquences." 1994/95 Optimum: La revue de gestion du secteur public. Conseils et Vérification Canada et Université d'Ottawa, 25(3) (Hiver): 10-17.

"A Successful Evaluation of a Small Scale Senior's Health Promotion Centre." 1991 Canadian Journal on Aging, 10(1): 64-73.

"Survey of Comprehensive Accident and Injury Experience of High School Students in Saskatchewan," 1989 Canadian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 80, (Nov/Dec): 435-440

"Job Placement of Mentally Handicapped People, An Employer's Viewpoint." 1988 Journal of Practical Approaches to Developmental Handicap, 12:1, 16-18.

"Impacts of a Prenatal Program for Native Indian Women." 1987 Canadian Journal of Public Health, vol. 78, No. 4, (July/August): 249-254

"Native Pre and Postnatal Counselling Program." 1985 Canadian Journal of Public Health, vol. 76, No. 2, (March/April): 138-9.

Review Essays:

Public Policy Handbooks, by Eleanor D. Glor, 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(1), article 8.

Why are American Politics Extreme? by Eleanor D. Glor, 2019. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 24(2), article 4.

Reflections (on the World): Hillary Rodham Clinton, Edward W. Said and Naguib Mahfouz, Reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2018. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 23(1), article 3.

New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy, Edited by David P. McGrane and Remaining Loyal: Social Democracy in Quebec and Saskatchewan, by David McGrane, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, Reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2015. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 20(1), article 7.

Canada 's Systems of Innovation, by Eleanor D. Glor, 2005. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 10(2), article 9. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol10-no2.htm

Managing Innovation, by Eleanor D. Glor, 2004. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 9(2), article 10. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol9-iss2.htm

Cities in Civilization, by Peter Hall, Reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2003. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 8(1), article 7. https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/designing-innovation.htm

Creativity Enhancement Books: How To, Not What To, by Eleanor D. Glor, 2003. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 8(3), article 9.

My Favourite Books of 1998. Reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 1999. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 4(1), article 10. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

Book Reviews:

Provincial Policy Laboratories: Policy Diffusion and Transfer in Canada’s Federal System, by Brendan Boyd and Andrea Olive ( eds.), reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor. 2022. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, pp. 1-2. Available at: Cambridge University Journals, Cambridge University Press (10/22/2022)

Measuring Innovation Everywhere: The Challenge of Better Policy, Learning, Evaluation and Monitoring, by Fred Gault, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor. 2021. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 26(2) article 8.

The Clash of Fundamentalisms: Crusades, Jihads and Modernity, by Tariq Ali, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2018. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 23(3), article 4.

How Capitalism Destroyed Itself: Technology Displaced by Financial Innovation. by William Kingston, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor. 2018. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 23(2), article 5.

Potash: An Inside Account of Saskatchewan’s Pink Gold, by John Burton, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor. 2016. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 21(2), article 4.

Discourse and Community: Multidisciplinary Studies in Canadian Culture, edited by Howard A. Doughty and Marino Tuzi, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2010. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 15(2), article 11.

An Honourable Calling: Political Memoirs, by Allan Blakeney, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor. 2009. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 14(1), 2009 article 12.

Organizations Evolving, by Howard E. Aldrich and Martin Rueff, 2006. The Innovation Journal, 11(2), article 8.

Organic Management, Creating a Culture of Innovation, by Charles Sirois. 2003. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 8(4), article 9.

Cities in Civilization, by Peter Hall, reviewed by Eleanor D. Glor, 2003. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 8(1), article 7.

Creating the Innovation Culture: Leveraging Visionaries, Dissenters and Other Useful Troublemakers in Your Organization, by Frances Horibe. 2002. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 7(3), article 13.

Making Sense of Management: A Critical Introduction, by Mats Alvesson and Hugh Willmott. 1996 & 2001. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 6(2), article 6. https://www.innovation.cc/all-issues.htm

The Web of Life: A New Synthesis of Mind and Matter by Fritjof Capra. 2000. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 5(3), article 4.

Tools for Innovators: Creative Strategies for Managing Public Sector Organizations by Steven Cohen and William Eimicke. 2000. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 5(3), article 5. http://www.innovation.cc/book-reviews/2000_5_3_4_glor_bk-rev_capra_mind-matter.htm

Innovation in American Government: Challenges and Dilemmas, by Alan A. Altshuler and Robert D. Behn (eds.). 1999. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 4(3), article 3.

Reflections of a Siamese Twin by John Ralston Saul. 1998. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 3(3), article 4.

Voltaire's Bastards: The Dictatorship of Reason in The West, by John Ralston Saul. The College Quarterly, 1(2) (Winter). http://collegequarterly.ca/1993-vol01-num02-winter/reviews/glor1.html

Editorial Boards:

The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal (editor in chief)
Optimum: The Journal of Public Sector Management,
published by Consulting and Audit Canada and The Centre on Governance, University of Ottawa
Global Virtue Ethics Review
Ethics Today, Newsletter of the ASPA Section on Ethics,
April 2000. 4(2): 8-10

Non - Peer Reviewed:

"Recent Public Service Values and Ethics Initiatives in the Government of Canada." 2001 Ethics Today, Newsletter of the ASPA Section on Ethics. 2001. Vol. 4(2): 8-10

"Do Generations Matter? The Effectiveness of Codes of Conduct with Different Generations of Public Servants." 1999. Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Intranet web site.

"Past, Present and Future of Public Administration: Where Are We Headed?" Article in Canada @2000+. 1999. Published on Internet by Futures and Strategies Network at: https://www.homestead.com/fsn/files/papers.html

"Profile of an Innovator, "The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal. 1997. Vol. 2(3) https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol2-iss3.htm

"Strategies for Creating an Innovative Public Sector,The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal. 1997. Vol. 2(3) https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol2-iss3.htm

"Challenges to Innovation in the Public Sector," 1997. Vol. 2(3) https://www.innovation.cc/volumes-issues/vol2-iss3.htm

"Managing in a Time of Change: The Innovation Process." The Innovation Journal, May 1997. Vol. 2(2) http://www.innovation.cc/discussion-papers/1997_2_1_1_glor_innovate-definition.htm

"Innovation breaks impasse over aboriginal self-government." 1996. Transformation, Publication of the Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada. 1996 Vol. 2 Issue 1 Spring

"Creating Gender Equality." 1996. Canada Lutheran Eastern Edition. Vol. 11(2), March: 36.

"Youth Risk Taking and Injuries." 1991. Proceedings, National Conference on Childhood Injury Prevention: Working Together for a Safer World , November 6, 7 & 8, 1991, Ottawa: Canadian Institute of Child Health,

"Two People With Down Syndrome at Work" (with Leslie Nolke), Canadian Down Syndrome Society Newsletter (featured), Spring 1987.

"How We Hired Four Handicapped People and How They Did" Entre Nous, (Publication of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources), Vol. 4, No. 9, March 1987. (Reprint)

"How We Hired Four Disabled People and How They Did" Dialogue , (Publication of the Public Service Commission of Canada), Vol. Xl, No. 2, 1987 (featured).

"Evaluation of Pre and Post-Natal Counselling in Nutrition," Newsletter, Canadian Evaluation Society, Vol. 5, No. 4, Winter, 1986, 20-21

"Accident Fact Book on Children and Youth", Child Safety Committee, Community Health Services Branch, Saskatchewan Department of Health, 1983. (supervised)

Contributions to other journals:

Reviewed papers for: Canadian Public Administration (CPA) (Canadian journal)
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART) (American)
Emergence: Complexity & Organization (E:CO) (American)
Public Administration Quarterly (PAQ) (American)
Public Management Review (PMR) (European).

Ph.D. Thesis Committee:

External examiner for Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, Australia

Recent Conference Papers:

“Important Antecedents of Public Policy Innovation,” A paper presented to the electronic Annual Conference of the International Public Management Network, Seoul, South Korea, August 19,2021.

“Clusters of Factors Most Influential in Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – IV,” a paper presented to the North Eastern Political Science Association (NPSA), November 10, 2018, Montreal, Canada.

“Factors (Antecedents) Influencing Creation and Fate of Ten Saskatchewan Income Security Innovations and their Organizations, 1971-82-IV,” a paper presented to the Prairie Political Science Association (PPSA) conference, September 15, 2018, Banff, Alberta.

“Verifying a New Instrument: Factors Influencing Survival of Innovations & their Organizations,” A paper presented to the Public Service Innovation International Conference, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Centre of Innovation in Services, Lillehammer, Norway, November 16 2017.

“Studying Factors Affecting Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – II: Verification of Raters and Instrument,” a paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Prairie Political Science Association, Banff, Alberta, September 16, 2017.

“About the Relationship between Government Innovation and Its Organizations’ Survival: Factors,” paper presented to the Annual Conference of the International Public Management Network (IPMN), September 3, 2015, Budapest, Hungary.

With Garry Ewart. "Is Innovation Good for Public Sector Organizational Survival?" A Demonstration of Glor’s Proposal for Research, a paper presented to the Prairie Political Science Association, September 12-14, 2014, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

"Proposal for Comparative Research on the Fate of Innovative Public Sector Organizations," first panel at the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), April 9-11, 2014, Ottawa, Canada

"The Innovation Journal’s Many Public Administration Perspectives," Chaired Panel at American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) annual conference, March 17, 2014, Washington, D.C.

"Building Theory about Evolution of Organizational Change Patterns," Paper presented to the ASPA annual conference, March 15-19, 2013, Washington, D.C.

"What are Normal Organizational Population Mortality Rates? Positioning Mortality of Innovative Organizations and Populations," Paper presented to the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference, Innovation Panel, April 11-13, 2012, Rome, Italy.

"Comparing Organizational Mortality Rates," presentation to Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies York University, Alumni Week, September 30, 2011.

Two Expert Panels, European Public Sector Award (EPSA) First Conference and Awards Ceremony. November 11-13, 2007, Lucerne, Switzerland (Invited).

 

RG score on ResearchGate: 6.8 on January 1, 2014
Citations identified by Scholar Google:

Public Sector Organizational Pattern Fitness Over Time, Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences (SCTPLS), Chapman University, Orange, California, July 27-29, 2007.

Expert Panel, Publin (European Union) Conference, University of Cork , Ireland , September 22-23, 2005 (Invited).

What Permits a Culture of Innovation to Emerge? Presentation to the UNESCO-ISI Expert Symposium: A Culture of Innovation and the Building of Knowledge Societies, Moscow, November 9-11, 2003. Invited.

Applying Innovative Processes to Improve Governance and Public Administration Performance, Paper prepared for and delivered to UN Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Innovations in Governance and Public Administration for Poverty Reduction," Bahia, Brazil, February 13-14, 2003. Invited member of opening panel.

Gardens of Innovation: A Gardener Innovator's Guide to Innovating in the Public Service, a Presentation (Workshop) for the Industry Canada Managers Matter Conference, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, November 26, 2002. Peer-Reviewed.

Gardens of Innovation: A Gardener Innovator's Guide to Innovating in Organizations, a Presentation to the Jaipur Management Association, Jaipur, India, November 15, 2002. Invited.

A Gardener Innovator's Guide: A Thoughtful Innovator's Guide to Innovating in Organizations, a Presentation to NISTADS, Delhi, November 12, 2002. Invited.

Techniques for Building a Sustainable Future. Second Specialized IIAS International Conference, "Towards Quality Governance for Sustainable Growth and Development," New Delhi, India, November 5-9, 2002. Peer-reviewed.

Gardens of Innovation: A Gardener Innovator's Guide to Innovating in the Public Service, a presentation to Governance & Public Administration Program, United Nations, New York, USA, October 16, 2002. Invited.

A Gardener Innovator's Guide, A Thoughtful Gardener Innovator's Guide: Innovating in Organizations, a presentation to the InnoCom Conference, Simon Fraser University , Vancouver September 19-20, 2002. Invited.

A Gardener Innovator's Guide, A Thoughtful Gardener Innovator's Guide: Innovating in Organizations, a presentation to the First Innovation Salon in Edmonton, September 17, 2002. Invited.

Techniques for Building a Sustainable Future." Second Specialised IIAS International Conference, Towards Quality Governance for Sustainable Growth and Development," New Delhi ( India ), 5 - 9 November 2002. Peer-reviewed.

The Effect of Generational Cohort on Public Sector Ethics. Ethics in the New Millennium - Bridging the Gap Between Private and Public Sectors conference of the International Institute for Public Ethics (IIPE), Ottawa, Canada, September 24-28, 2000. Peer-reviewed.

Strategies for Creating an Innovative Public Sector, Creative Cities Conference, May 25-27, 2000, Huddersfield, England. Invited keynote.

Some Thoughts on How the Canadian Government Built a Culture Emphasizing Integrity, Transparency and Accountability, Arab Administrative Development Organization, International Conference on New Frontiers for Strengthening Administrative Integrity, Transparency and Accountability: Strategic and Institutional Perspectives, Cairo, Egypt, September 19-22, 1999 Invited.

Do Generations Matter? The Effectiveness of Codes of Conduct with Different Generations of Public Servants, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, First Specialised International Conference, London, UK, July 12-15, 1999. Peer-reviewed.

New Public Management: A Public Service for All Seasons or a Season in Public Service?", A paper presented to the VI. International Speyer Workshop on "The Political and Judicial Implications of New Public Management, October 15-17, 1997, Post-Graduate School of Administrative Sciences, Speyer, Germany (invited)

Towards Understanding the Innovation Process in Canadian Governments, paper presented to the 1997 Roundtable, International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Quebec City, Canada, July 14-17, 1997 (peer-reviewed)

Innovative Differences Among Federal and Provincial Governments, IPAC Conference, 1995 (peer-reviewed).

 

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