Life has changed drastically for those on the front lines as well as those continuing to adapt to working from home. In this episode, Martin Joyce is joined by Deanna Heroux and Doron Melnick to discuss strategies for staying connected and promoting health and well-being for your teams.
Ross Homeniuk and Natalie Lye, part of the Global Infrastructure team at KPMG in Canada, conclude this series by examining how the landscape will evolve for municipalities and some of the longer term activities that should be considered.
Chris Sainsbury, partner within the Global Infrastructure team at KPMG in Canada, continues the discussion to examine how cities are thinking through resilience as they to look to the future.
Ross Homeniuk and Natalie Lye, part of the Global Infrastructure team at KPMG in Canada, share some of the challenges and insights from cities as they navigate the current changes and towards a new reality.
COVID-19 has shown governments transforming processes to better enable their citizens and adapt to shifting needs. Join Martin Joyce and Alex Benay as they discuss the sustainability of these changes and the future of digital enablement within the public sector.
In this two-part podcast, Martin Boyer, Chief Information Officer at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), shares his unique perspective on the impact COVID-19 is having on the airport industry. Part two of this podcast examines what the impact of COVID-19 will mean for the future of airports and airlines in Canada, considering recent travel bans, safety and security concerns, and other evolving factors.
This two-part podcast with Martin Boyer, Chief Information Officer at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) gives the inside scoop on how CIOs are helping businesses adapt to our COVID-19 impacted world. Part one of the podcast focuses on actions that Martin and the GTAA have taken to sustain and adapt their operations in the current environment, as well as on key insights about the evolving role of the CIO as a business enabler.
Operations have been greatly impacted by changes caused from the COVID-19 pandemic. More than ever, organizations need to be flexible, while also safeguarding financial processes. Join Martin Joyce, as he speaks to Nick Rolfe on risks within the internal audit functions and practical tips for business continuity.
The Canadian economy is constantly changing due to the pandemic. Listen to Jennifer Shulman and Sonya Gulati, discuss what organizations can do to start planning for recovery. Please note that this episode was recorded on April 13th, 2020. Information may have changed since posting.
Cyber security continues to be a top concern for organizations as they become more virtual and adapt to remote working environments. Join Martin Joyce and John Heaton as they discuss the implications for the public sector and considerations for the short, medium and long-term.