Poor-performing legacy systems affect all stakeholders in social services, from clients and caseworkers to IT departments and agency leaders.
Posts Tagged: Human Services
The need for digital workspaces that take into account data protection, IT modernization and policy considerations is more relevant than ever.
The broad adoption of social media, mobile devices and responsive web content demand that human services agencies think differently about their outreach and engagement tactics with today’s connected citizens.
From my Blog http://sonomabuzz.net/ Gerry La Londe-Berg, written December 28, 2001 Here are several lessons I’ve learned about leadership, supervision and management (three distinct things). The very first lesson I recall learning about management came from a camp director when I was a sophomore in high school. Steve Noceti told me, “If you want toRead… Read more »
Diana Morgan, a GS-5 Forest Service employee, has been a Social Services Assistant at Angell Job Corps for just over two years. Although new to government service, Diana has proven herself to be a positive influence on staff members and students alike. On June 12th of this year, Diana received her Masters degree in HumanRead… Read more »