IT professionals sometimes fall back on the belief that they’re uniquely dysfunctional as an excuse not to act. Under the influence of this attitude, your team clearly won’t be able to accomplish anything great.
By adapting the Gemba walk and process for the public sector, government employees will have an opportunity to stand back from their day-to-day tasks to understand processes, be more efficient, and identify wasteful activities.
Yearly planning propels your long-term strategy forward, and helps keep you focused on the end goals so you can avoid the frenzy.
A request for proposal (RFP) asks potential suppliers to submit business proposals for procuring products and services to the organization seeking them.
Asking good questions is better than having the right answer. Good questions elevate your team’s thinking and increase your impact. That’s better for your project, your colleagues, and, ultimately, your career.
Governmental entities looking to successfully combining a Pull System with a Kanban must do three things.
Leaders of governmental service organizations attempting to apply Lean Six Sigma often see two major roadblocks to a successful implementation.
To be successful in DevOps, agencies can do three things: create small teams for specific problems, get feedback from the customer and network small teams to solve more complex problems.
Using APM, your application team can monitor the end user experience of cloud, web or enterprise mobile apps running on physical, virtual or mobile devices.
Here are four areas where the government is currently doing well, along with four areas in which it could improve going into the 2020 technology landscape.