Four key first steps that can launch you on the path to optimizing your organization and its greatest asset, its workforce.
The nature of public sector work is politics, both with a “big P” and “small p.” Navigating the bureaucratic waters of government requires political savvy.
In order to deliver more successful projects and realize the benefits of those projects, the alignment of process improvement, project management and change management is needed.
Monitoring IT networks is critical for state and local governments that are modernizing their IT in order to coordinate actions and track their ownership of solutions.
IT chiefs explain how moving up the project management maturity ladder improves success rate.
SMART is a project management acronym that stands for having specifics and being measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound.
According to a product development expert, prioritizing the best ideas helps agencies maximize their energy and achieve the most powerful results.
A top leadership coach says that agencies with more inspired workforces have more engaged employees achieving more mission successes.
While focusing on efficiency is not a bad thing in and of itself, I would argue that a greater emphasis on understanding outcomes and effectiveness is where the transformational opportunity exists.
Agencies that use digital document workflows and electronic signatures save energy, money and time on formerly manual processes.