Invenire Authors

Caroline Andrew

Michael Behiels

James Bowen

Tom Brzustowski

Pierre Camu

Rupak Chattopadhyay

Richard Clément

Pierre Foucher

Marc Gervais

David L.A. Gordon

Robin Higham

Ruth Hubbard

François Lapointe

Gilles Paquet

Tim Ragan

Claude M. Rocan

François Rocher

Christopher Wilson

Christopher Wilson


-Intelligent governance:
A Prototype for Social Coordination (2016)
*co-authored with Gilles Paquet

-Stewardship (2012)
*co-authored with Ruth Hubbard, Gilles Paquet

Mr. Wilson is a management consultant and researcher in Canada's National Capital region who specializes in issues of collaborative governance, regional stewardship and collective intelligence. He currently holds the post of Senior Research Fellow with the Centre on Governance at the University of Ottawa, where since 1997 he has been a researcher, consultant and lecturer.

His interests tend to revolve around the issues of collective action and distributed governance such as the governance of collaborations; the assessment of smart communities and community networks; the development of collective intelligence; the development of community information systems and indicators; the governance of local workforce systems and labour market information; comparative studies of community collaboration; the governance impacts of e-commerce and e-government; the learning dynamics of regional innovation; and the management of various multi-stakeholder initiatives.