Internal barriers to innovation can arise, from a shortage of designated staff to provide oversight and monitoring of implementation, and also if a Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle isn’t utilized.
The following post is an excerpt from the introduction of the book I’m writing — Moderator’s Matter: How to have conference sessions that don’t suck. The book is still in the works, but I thought I would share some of the sections as they are in progress. Before detailing why moderators matter, it is importantRead… Read more »
By helping to create a centralized benefits website for veterans, Marcy Jacobs has made accessing care easier and more intuitive than ever.
RPA uses software bots to perform static, routine tasks that are usually done by human workers.
Fear not – GovLoop’s latest explainer video describes why blockchain might become the protection today’s governments need.
Across the board, government agencies are looking to implement tools that can increase productivity in any way possible. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has found its way to the top of the list, with many agencies looking to incorporate it to improve the work that their staff is able to do.
Soheila Maleki has been at the forefront of allergy research her entire career, working with the USDA to develop health solutions and expand our understanding of nut allergies.
To unlock your personal productivity and really get things done, you need a plan. Follow these five steps to make a weekly plan that makes your projects achievable and helps you be as productive as possible.
Strong Cities founder Chuck Marohn believes that the current urban development model is fundamentally flawed, but that it is not too late to start building and investing more sustainably.
In recent years, Cary, NC has been gearing up to become the world’s next smart city, going as far as turning their Town Hall campus into a smart “mini-city,” complete with smart parking, traffic management, citizen engagement and more. Nicole Raimundo, Cary’s CIO, is at the center of this push.