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TedxOttawa - Nicholas Charney - Understanding and Changing Public Policy

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Uploaded on Nov 12, 2011

Nicholas Charney

Understanding and Changing Public Policy

Nicholas has been a journeyman public servant since 2007.

He has worked both at the bottom and top of the hierarchical structures, on detailed policy analysis and on the coordination of Ministerial briefing books and calendars.

He currently provides advice to policy makers and senior executives on how to use new collaborative technologies to gain efficiencies, foster innovation, and improve engagement. He has been blogging openly about these opportunities (and challenges) at cpsrenewal.ca.

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