A government that works together serves its people better. Yet, interdepartmental collaboration can be difficult to foster and maintain. How can departments align their objectives and start working together?
Government innovation starts with realizing one federal employee can create change within the whole ecosystem and their agency.
Presidential Innovation Fellows help solve problems facing America that are too difficult for the federal government to address alone.
Need others to know how your efforts are making a difference? Here are three tips to get started on writing impact statements.
Read this post to find out the differences between collaboration and collective impact. Which works better? And what will take your team to the next level?
Are you wondering what NextGen was like for folks who have attended the Summit in the past? Hear directly from past attendees and speakers to help determine whether a professional development opportunity is right for you.
The fourth and final article in the project management professional series lists free study tools to help you prepare for the exam.
Innovation is alone is difficult. Innovation in project management is even more difficult. Here’s how to systematically foster innovation in your projects.
This four-part series gives insight into the project management professional certification exam. This week, you get to meet two additional certified project management professionals.
Managing projects is no small feat. Here are some “coles notes” or cliff notes to help you get started on your next project management endeavor.