There is a global movement where social benefits are seen as outweighing outdated models of public vs. private sector interests. Those part of it are giving rise to a new solution economy, in which there is also a growing recognition that debt-crippled governments can no longer satisfy all of their citizens' wants and needs.
Partner and Global Public Sector Leader, Deloitte
Paul Macmillan grew up in Canada’s national capital where he studied Public Administration at Carleton University and received an MBA from the University of Ottawa. He has been a management consultant and strategic advisor to government leaders for over 25 years. As the Global Public Sector Leader for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, Macmillan is responsible for the firm’s client service innovation to support public purpose organizations around the world. He is a frequent writer and speaker on topics of government innovation, public accountability, and advanced analytics. Paul published a book with colleague William D. Eggers, Global Public Sector Research Director in September 2013. The Solution Revolution – How business, government, and social enterprises are teaming up to solve society’s toughest problems highlights the growing global movement of innovative partnerships and business models that are addressing some of the greatest challenges our society faces today. He is a founding leader of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)-Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards and a member of the Board of Directors of Bridgepoint Hospital in Toronto. Macmillan was recently invited to contribute his expertise to the OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation as a member of its Associates Group. Paul lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife and two teenage children.
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