Volunteering is an important way to help employees become more engaged. Here is how volunteering ultimately led to my agency’s microlearning program.
I will retire 34 years to the day that I started working for the government. These are the questions I want you to ask yourself.
Throughout the year and beyond, you can expect to see key topics elevated across our content, including diversity, equity, inclusion and leadership.
How to start a formal infosec program: If you start thinking along these lines, you will certainly be headed in the right direction.
Here are some nuggets of wisdom about leadership I picked up during my recent journey that I hope will be beneficial for your own leadership journey.
Here is a limiting belief: Modernization lies at the doorstep of the chief information officer, and therefore the CIO is solely accountable.
Agencies must build a culture of data intelligence. And that begins with data governance, which manages availability, security and usability.
I asked Curtis Luthye, Executive Director of the American Red Cross Montgomery, Howard, and Frederick Counties Chapter, to share some insights on the important work he does as a leader of this dynamic organization.
If you have been fortunate to make it through this past year unscathed, leverage the pandemic experience to your benefit using perspective as an asset.
The casual interactions that used to be positive parts of in-person offices can also become a helpful feature of virtual work.