Today, various levels of government are more open with their finances than ever before. But no single solution for government transparency and accountability has emerged to date.
Forming a team to carry out day-to-day operations can present challenges even in organizations where members fall under the authority of centralized and hierarchical leadership. Operating with a newly formed cross-functional team in a disaster zone increases the challenges and the stakes.
How do we become better innovators? How can we, no matter our position, drive change and increase the public value of government? That is what I want to explore over the next seven weeks.
Even with administration changes and department shifts, how can you keep government millennials on board for the long haul? Use these strategies to keep the millennial generation on your payroll.
It is hard to overstate the importance of good communication in the workplace. Here are three easy tips to help you make your communication more effective.
The jobs of today and tomorrow involve significant emphasis on technology skills. This is why North Dakota is pursuing a comprehensive, statewide approach to computer science and cybersecurity (CCS) education and workforce training.
At the highest level, it’s important to first answer a basic question: what do we call government website visitors?
Leading by example gives you the opportunity to be an advocate with a commitment of helping others to succeed.
Being able to see what others do well is a real-life superhero power in the workplace that every leader should have. However, all superheroes are quirky in at least two ways.
A culture of cybersecurity is when there is top down support for cybersecurity, it is ingrained in and fully integrated all aspects of the mission, and all employees have a mindset of security in everything they do.