According to Gallup, approximately two-thirds of the US workforce is not engaged. Simply put, these employees are going through the motions. I refer to these individuals as “Zombies in the Workforce.”
If you’re a govie, what ways has COVID-19 already changed things for you? What predictions do you have about how it will continue to change your agency, your work, your constituents or more? Let us know in the comments.
Change does not have to be an exhausting process. If we incorporate thoughtful change management practices into the change, we will help support individuals through change itself.
For the first time in my life, I am currently working from home, like so many others are.
Eventually, agencies must confront a hard truth about their legacy mainframe environments: While reliable, stable platforms, they’re not exactly innovative.
Breaking barriers will help promote equality, increase inclusion, and build participation.
Many times, the very communities that are at the epicenter of crises are dynamic enough to have pockets of educated and ambitious entrepreneurs.
University research is a big business. But federally imposed administrative requirements divert researchers to focus on non-value-added activities.
Are you struggling to make meetings productive, or processes efficient, or your office a cohesive unit?
If fully embraced by those working to advance agency missions and improve the lives of citizens through technology, I believe these three simple words have the power to transform.