How can we in government that desperately seek some form of stability ensure that successful change remains for our organization?
Posts Tagged: change
How can new leaders quickly gain situational awareness? How can they harness ongoing processes like budget formulation and performance reporting as inputs for decision-making? How can they use and integrate expertise such as risk management and strategic foresight into actionable information?
In the trenches – in meeting rooms, charrettes, and hallway conversations – is where success is made. In the everyday, in getting projects done and meeting deadlines, dissolving silos on the interpersonal level essential for success.
Design thinking is shaking up how top innovators do business. But it is not a new flavor of the month — it has been practiced for decades. You can benefit from design thinking no matter what your background or field.
Chances are in federal government: you will be on a team with individuals spanning all generations. And that can be frustrating for everyone.
To successfully engage organizational change, we need to be aware of the challenges and be prepared to deal with them professionally and confidently.
Learning to navigate and working effectively with persistent waves of change is an essential skill in today’s world.
What is the word that inspires the biggest groan from government employees? That’s right, reorganization. When you work at any level of government, agency reorganizations can hit like a hurricane, leaving us feeling like we have been buried under a ton of debris. As today’s government works toward adopting a more agile and businesslike environment,Read… Read more »
Troy Mathis knows how to talk. And he speaks in a way that makes you want to listen. His session -Make It Matter: Personal Professional Branding, at the Next Generation of Government Training Summit was high-energy, engaging, and inspiring. After listening to his presentation and going through the steps, I’ve come away with the realizationRead… Read more »
Quick, be creative! For most people, this is a tall order. Thinking creatively on-demand is not an easy task; in fact, it can be outright intimidating. But, according to four experts in the field, it’s also probably not a necessary one for innovation. Results from OPM’s 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey indicated that nearly 91Read… Read more »