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Dr. Elizabeth Dubois' analysis of tweets from Day 1 of last week's Forum shows we "succeeded in generating chat among a variety of stakeholders".
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‘Culture eats strategy for breakfast,’ Management Consultant Peter Drucker once said. How then to change culture in the public service to further an open government strategy? http://buff.ly/1SNQURP
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Unable to join us at the Forum in person? Watch the live stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS9JXTj4ZBw
And you can contribute your thoughts on Open Dialogue here: http://buff.ly/1q57cMW
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Our co-chairs the Hon. Wayne Wouters and the Hon. Deb Matthews discuss the next big step for Open Government: Open Dialogue — and provide some great examples of where it's working.
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What do you think? Any thoughts and feedback you provide will help inform an initial draft set of principles for open dialogue.
More details here: http://buff.ly/1Sdv0Hd
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Co-chair of the Canadian Open Dialogue Forum, the Hon. Wayne Wouters, shares his thoughts on open dialogue.
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Positive disrupter & digital innovator Pamela Wright of the U.S. National Archives Administration will be joining us at the Forum to lead the breakout session: Citizen Engagement and Managing Risk. She'll also share her experience with when and how best to engage people for user contributed content initiatives. http://buff.ly/1RoMGws
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A key goal of the Canadian Open Dialogue Forum in 2016 is to produce a set of principles that can help governments improve the design of open dialogue initiatives. To kick things off, we invite you to engage in our own open dialogue exercise. Any thoughts and feedback you provide will help inform an initial draft. Please use the hashtag #codf16.

More details here: http://buff.ly/1RK7r66
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We're pleased that Ann Pappert of the City of Guelph will be joining us at #codf16. She has over 20 years' experience championing citizen-focused services from within municipal governments in a number of Canadian cities and will be co-leading a breakout session on open dialogue at the municipal level on Day 2 of the Forum.
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Author, award-winning tech leader and OpenText CEO Mark Barrenechea will be joining us at the Canadian Open Dialogue Forum. http://buff.ly/21KnZlR
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