A vision for results-driven government isn’t enough. The way business is conducted needs to change.
Looking at modernizing all aspects of your entire workforce is impractical. A more sensible approach is to look at best practices and iden..
Successful efforts to bring the use of data and research into decision-making are both top-down and bottom-up.
Ensure you are taking all possible steps to enable quality skill advancement and digital community security by formulating your community ..
The public sector shouldn’t be on the bleeding edge of innovation. It should focus on integrating proven tools.
As San Jose has shown, it’s as much about having the right people and organizational structures in place as it is about technology.
Surveying them is the first step. It’s important to do it right — and then act on the results.
Search and rescue task forces need to deploy at a moment’s notice, and they have to be ready for any challenges they may encounter.
The public sector’s workforce challenges won’t be solved by the management practices of the past. Employee buy-in is essential.
The expectation for government HR managers to do more with less isn’t a temporary adjustment. It is the new normal.