Activities program

Welcome Reception

Schedule

From 18h00
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

Description

A welcome reception will be held at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec. The cost of this activity is included in your conference registration. You can, however, purchase additional tickets at a cost of $ 75 plus tax at the same time that you registrer.

Opening Ceremony

8h30 to 9h15

Ballroom

The complex governance of a state under pressure

8h30 to 9h15

Ballroom

Speakers

  • Geert Bouckaert

Description

State governance implies handling major societal challenges where expectations for effective solutions are conflicting with the willingness to create sufficient capacity, resulting in weakening of effectiveness and trust. The Global Financial Crises triggered austerity programmes which added to the challenges.

For these reasons governments need to be a significant part of the ‘solution’, and therefore they should not be part of the problem. This requires not just a reform culture, but also a governance capacity which is correlated with the current and future problems. This should result in a complex governance system which is responsible and accountable. This process is on its way within the OECD. There are major shifts happening, however, major governance deficits are still on our agenda. This should guide our agenda for public governance research and practice.

Breakout 1 – Education: the governance of institutions under pressure

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

Breakout 2 – Health

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

Speakers

  • Dr. Stéphane Tremblay
  • Gertrude Bourdon
  • Jean-Louis Denis

Breakout 3 – New development strategies at the municipal level

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

Breakout 4 – Agencies and autonomous organizations

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

Speakers

  • Dr Thomas Elston

Breakout 5 – Indigenous Realities

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

Speakers

  • Hélène Laurendeau

Breakout 6 – Adjudicated papers

10h30 to 11h45

To be determined

IPAC Awards Ceremony

12h15 to 13h15

Ballroom

Description

– Pierre De-Celles Award for Excellence in Public Administration Education

-Prix Roland Parenteau and J. E. Hodgetts for the best articles published in 2017 in the Canadian Public Administration journal

– IPAC Award of Excellence for Regional Groups

Roundtable
The meaning of the state: What is an civil servant today and tomorrow?

13h15 to 14h00

Ballroom

Speakers

  • Denyse Amyot
  • Gilbert Charland
  • Greg Marchildon, PhD

Breakout 1 – International Issues

14h00 to 15h15

Speakers

  • Ferry De Kerckhove
  • ​Pierre Sauvé

Breakout 2 – Transforming Organizational Culture

14h00 to 15h15

To be determined

Speakers

  • Bernard Matte

Breakout 3 – Inter-organizational Coordination

14h00 to 15h15

Dufferin

Speakers

  • Christyne Tremblay
  • Jacques Caron

Breakout 4 – New perspectives on the relationship between politics and administration

14h00 to 15h15

Villeray

Speakers

  • André Fortier

Breakout 5 – Social acceptability

14h00 to 15h15

To be determined

Speakers

  • Johanne Gélinas

Breakout 6 – Adjudicated papers

14h00 to 15h15

To be determined

Health pause

15h15 to 15h45

Round Table of Executive Associations
Valuing executives: current challenges

15h45 to 17h30

Ballroom

Speakers

  • Anne Gosselin
  • Charles Simard
  • Jean-François Parent

Dinner and Offsite Activity

18h30 to 22h00

To be determined

Discovery evening

18h30

Description

The organizers of the conference want you to discover the many facets of the greater Quebec City region by offering you a special evening bringing together various talents of the people from here. A networking evening where gastronomy and laughter will be at the rendez-vous. It is also possible to purchase additional tickets at a cost of $ 85 plus tax.

Reception for Delegates Open

7h00 to 18h00

Facing escalators

Continental Breakfast

7h30 to 8h30

Ballroom

IPAC Awards Ceremony

8h15 to 8h30

Ballroom

Description

  • Promising New Professional Award
  • National Student Leadership Award

Opening Plenary
Public administration, engine of change?

8h30 to 10h00

Ballroom

Speakers

  • Graham Fraser
  • Jean St-Gelais
  • Penny Ballantyme

Health pause

10h00 to 10h15

Breakout 1 – Northern Governance

10h15 to 11h45

Palais

Speakers

  • Aurian Stark
  • Robert Sauvé
  • ​Stephen Van Dine

Breakout 2 – The areas of State Intervention

10h15 to 11h45

Kent-St-Louis

Speakers

  • Alain Noël

Breakout 3 – The hybridity of public organizations: living between legitimacy and efficiency

10h15 to 11h45

Dufferin

Speakers

  • Stéphanie Gagnon

Breakout 4 – New Municipal Development Strategies (formerly: Access to Regional Services)

10h15 to 11h45

To be determined

Breakout 5 – Citizen Participation

10h15 to 11h45

Courville-Montmorency

Speakers

  • Frédéric Bouchard
  • Julie Caron-Malenfant

Breakout 6 – Adjudicated papers

10h15 to 11h45

To be determined

IPAC Awards Ceremony

11h45 to 12h15

Ballroom

Description

  • Innovative Management Award
  • Social Leadership Award

IT (Big Data) in Public Policy Development and Citizen Service Delivery

14h00 to 15h00

Ballroom

Health break

15h00 to 15h30

Breakout 1 – Mobilizing individuals to bring change

15h30 to 17h00

Palais

Breakout 2 – Knowledge transfer and skills development and leadership

15h30 to 17h00

Kent-St-Louis

Speakers

  • Natalie Rinfret

Breakout 3 – Virtual Competencies

15h30 to 17h00

Dufferin

Breakout 4 – Cultural, linguistic and religious diversity

15h30 to 17h00

Villeray

Speakers

  • Nicolino Frate

Breakout 5 – Co-production and consultation channels

15h30 to 17h00

Courville-Montmorency

Speakers

  • Michelle Asselin

Breakout 6 – Adjudicated papers

15h30 to 17h00

Portneuf- Ste-Foy

Free Evening

17h00

Reception for Delegates Open

7h00 à 12h00

Facing escalators

Continental Breakfast

7h15 à 8h30

Ballroom

Presentation of the 2019 Annual Conference

8h15 à 8h30

Ballroom

Round table
CAPPA / IPAC Joint Session The evolution of education and its application in public

8h45 à 9h45

Ballroom

Speakers

  • Guy Laforest
  • Serge Lamontagne

Health Break

9h45 à 10h15

Young Leaders’ Space

10h15 à 10h45

Ballroom

Closing session – Trust towards the state

10h45 à 11h30

Ballroom

Synthesis and conclusions

11h30 à 12h15

Ballroom

Conference ends

12h15

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