This is the last in the series of blogs about project management on federal projects. To wrap up, here’s the most important topic: risk management.
Meet Joseph Seebode, the 2017 SAMMIE’s finalist who’s spent three decades with the Army Corps of Engineers managing massive recovery efforts and other high-impact projects.
Performance-based reward systems can have significant effects on employee motivation. This sounds simple but is actually very difficult to implement. Learn how you can best reward and motivate your agency’s employees.
Good risk management is not about fear of failure; it is about removing barriers to success. This is when opportunity management emerges.
There are a number of benefits to automating the employee performance management process. Read them here!
With the principles, practices and processes in place, we need to pull all these together into a coherent program management process.
Many government agencies are still using pencil-and-paper-based performance management systems that simply no longer work. Learn how incorporating technology into your performance management can help.
The 10 practices of project success encompass the entire lifecycle of a project or program, from inception to the creation of the performance measurement baseline. Learn how these 10 practices can improve your project management.
Agencies use performance management programs to inform employee decisions related to compensation, transfers, promotions and workforce cuts. But sometimes perceptions of the fairness of these programs can affect employee motivation. Learn how you can navigate in your agency.
This article discusses the origin of Lean Six Sigma (LSS), how it works and why it is important for government employees.