Professor, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University
Andrew Graham has
considerable experience in complex organizational management.
Having served as Assistant Deputy Minister for 14 years, he has
over 30 years of service with the federal government. He has
extensive experience including: line operations, as Warden of the
Kingston Penitentiary; leading complex regional operations; and,
numerous policy and corporate leadership/management roles, such as
Senior Deputy Commission of the Correctional Service of Canada and
the ADM, Corporate Services of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Mr. Graham teaches in both the graduate and professional
development programs at Queen's University's School of Policy
Studies, as well as, its Industrial Relations Centre. He also
teaches at the Canadian Police College. He is a research associate
of the Conference Board of Canada, completing a variety of studies
on strategic planning, financial and human resources management,
and risk management.
Mr. Graham writes on public sector management, financial
management, integrated risk management and governance and has
published the first textbook on managing public money, entitled
"Canadian Public Sector Financial Management" (2007), available
through McGill-Queen's University Press.
Mr. Graham had contributed a regular column on management
issues, "Briefly Noted" for Public Management, a periodical
published by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada
(IPAC), and is Series Editor for the IPAC Case Study Program.
He has focused much of his academic work in risk management. He
has participated in several studies on implementing risk management
in business and government for the Conference Board of Canada and
regularly teaches risk management workshops at the Canadian Police
College and the Industrial Relations Centre at Queen's University.
He presents regularly at conferences on risk management, as well
as, the governance of risk.