You have probably seen much said about leading a team through change and transition. There are also many frameworks and tools that help leaders deal with managing change. What is less articulated is the softer side of change. Here, I am not just speaking of a focus on people. Nor am I about to giveRead… Read more »
To really move the needle in a way that sustainably transforms the organizational culture to a data-driven one, agencies need to progress beyond these initial ad-hoc use cases. They can do this by strategically harnessing the creativity and operational know-how of departmental staff to identify analytics opportunities enterprise-wide.
We are not all doomed to a lifetime of anxious, hurried unproductivity. A few simple steps can save us from ourselves, and the avalanche of work crashing down on us.
At a basic level, a leader’s job is to make decisions. Understanding decision-making styles is a key persuasion technique that will lead to success.
What methods have you used to increase your organization’s capacity to change?
In today’s dynamic and competitive environment, drifting with the currents inevitably leads to crashing upon the rocks. To thrive leaders must pick a destination and actively steer their organization towards it.
Government leaders from the Veterans Affairs and Agriculture departments shared their thoughts on the law and implementation at their agencies.
Organizations must take proactive steps to infuse diversity. It will not happen on its own and you can’t simply rely on employees to lead the way.
GovLoop just added two new speakers to the NextGen lineup. Check them out!
Turning engagement into action is even easier yet not often done. How is that done? By taking those engaged persons and setting them up to be empowered to make decisions and take action. Here are eight actions that you need to take to make this shift.