8 lessons learned from failing fast on innovative projects.
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In the past, an employee’s relationship with their direct supervisor was found to be one of the most influential factors on whether or not the employee enjoyed their job. However, this dynamic has begun to change.
Once you have determined the new cultural norms you hope to achieve, ask yourself these three simple questions.
When it comes to defending government systems against sophisticated cyberthreats, the biggest challenge for agencies isn’t a technological one. Even the most secured systems can be infiltrated by hackers who prey on one of the hardest areas for agencies to manage: the workforce.
Many times we default to a need for “culture change” when we are faced with a far-reaching organizational challenge, but it may not be the answer to all of our problems.
Without leadership’s proactive, strategic support and guidance, any tech investment into knowledge-sharing will amount to very little. Fortunately, this needed support is taking hold here within the corridors of the Nation’s Capital.
If your organization is used to managing projects in a linear, siloed process, the idea of implementing the collaborative, iterative DevOps approach can seem daunting. While there are significant benefits to the methodology, it does require significant changes across an organization. How do you manage those changes to achieve DevOps success?
Drastically better talent management including a culture of high performance – it’s a proven, winning formula.
The workplace can be stressful, and we don’t want holiday celebrations to cause more stress, so just think before you bring in your life-size Santa to share with your colleagues, and make sure your colleagues know how much they are appreciated.
Government rebels from all walks of life spanning a range of government agencies united in full force at this year’s NextGenGov’s summit, and it was inspiring. Now, these rebels were not your stereotypical outliers or black sheep; the packed room included a Fellow from the State Department, a Medicaid expert from Wyoming, and a Management… Read more »