Many government entities are looking to become more data-driven. This often requires implementing new financial systems software. Choosing the correct system is often challenging.
Technological improvements over the last 30 years have lead to more efficient operations in the public sector. However, public sector leaders must recognize that productivity enhancement efforts alone do not lead to improved service quality.
Agile methodology has attained a following in the private sector. However, many public sector leaders are wary about adopting it in the context of government software development and other public sector procurement.
Many agencies struggle to transform their technology because they don’t ease their people into the process.
Now that threats increasingly strike a widening array of systems, government needs to conduct its operations, development and security as an ensemble of efficiency.
Four tips for public leaders when developing performance metrics.
Reaching a shared understanding of how your organization works is the most important step a leadership team can take to drive progress. Enterprise analysis is mission-focused, rapid, and comprehensive diagnostic tool that helps you get there.
Understanding these five steps is crucial for a more efficient and waste-free operation in your government agency.
One reason I can’t plan digitally? I can’t see it in front of me often enough for the system to work. So, I stick with paper and employ a few visual cues to keep me on track.
Government agencies have a unique opportunity to benefit from planning and implementing improvement methodologies that focus on customer service