Innovation is really only possible when there is synchronicity between employees and the employee culture — AND that work must be done to accurately quantify that culture and ensure that employees feel understood, like they belong, and are empowered.
Posts Tagged: disruption
I’ve had the privilege of recently working for two disruptors in the federal government.
Govies can use the best practices of journalism to improve the quality of government communications.
At most conferences, staring at your phone during a presentation is generally frowned upon. However, at ModevGov, pulling out your mobile device and firing up an app was often a requirement. On Wednesday, February 26, representatives from government, private industry and the non-profit sector came together to learn from each other and discuss challenges inRead… Read more »
In these days of million-dollar A rounds for crazy ideas and $9 billion web IPOs, the term “disrupt” gets thrown around a lot. An awful lot. Like every other word out of some people’s mouths. But what do we mean when we say it? Usually we — all of us, myself included — mean somethingRead… Read more »
If you’ve been reading this blog over the past few months, you’ve probably seen some passing mentions of the company faberNovel and the innovative work they do. I’m excited to announce today that I’m joining them to work as their Head of New York Operations. faberNovel is a very interesting company. (I personally think ofRead… Read more »