If you missed President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address or just want to relive the highlights, these GIFs show the moments that government workers—and the nation—got either giddy or giggly about. 1. The ultimate comeback It was the mic drop moment that caused a social media sensation. When some of the crowd cheered after Obama said, “IRead… Read more »
Vine, the popular micro-video sharing app, launched two years ago on January 24, 2013. For this Vine-iversary, if you will, let’s celebrate the most creative, most touching, and most effective Vines shared by government agencies. Just three months after Vine launched, in a lightning fast move almost unheard of in government, the General Services Administration (GSA) createdRead… Read more »
In last week’s post, Why Mandatory Training Rocks, I asked GovLoopers to weigh in on whether a few statements about learning are facts or myths. Here are the results and some supporting evidence. Thanks to all who participated. 1. Participants have to like training to learn from it (Myth) @ryanburdick wrote, this one’s “a weird place betweenRead… Read more »
It’s a fun time to be in government. A mix of rapidly growing technology, increased citizen demands, and a push to be more efficient has government agencies across the globe making changes. Topics and technology that were just an idea a few years ago are starting to gain traction. You see this in a rangeRead… Read more »
Starting out on the right foot with your audience is critical to earning their trust and securing your relationship with them.
If you’d prefer the 2015 State of the Union to be a surprise, stop reading now because there’s spoilers ahead.
That elusive, incredibly valuable quality we call a “leadership brand.” Really, what we mean is “charisma.” What is it? Who has it? How do you get it? Can it be taught, or bought? Or is it something you’re born with? As a little girl I used to watch Sunday morning political TV. I remember howRead… Read more »
In the 1990s, a new model of governance emerged – Reinventing Government. This model was rooted in private sector entrepreneurial approaches and market-like incentives. A new model – dubbed “New Power” – has emerged in the 2010s. Reinventing Government was organized around ten values, such as government being catalytic, community-owned, competitive, etc. Today, a newRead… Read more »
Hey there. I’m Christopher Dorobek — the DorobekINSIDER — and welcome GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER… where we focus on six words: Helping government do its job better. Recently posted on GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER: The stories you may have missed during the holidays Taking the Buzz Out of Innovation with Nesta’s Philip Colligan Meet GovProp – building a marketRead… Read more »
Hey there. I’m Christopher Dorobek — the DorobekINSIDER — and welcome GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER… where we focus on six words: Helping government do its job better. On GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER: Taking the Buzz Out of Innovation with Nesta’s Philip Colligan http://goo.gl/8qjZhR Should we reinvent the Federal Acquisition Regulation? I said YES. The head of the National ContractRead… Read more »