Overtly false information is not the only kind containing hidden agendas. Long before the most recent scandals, our once trusted sources were already compromised with advertising, spin, and ulterior motives.
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How can you ensure your training is effective? Here are five tips for Subject Matter Experts and other non-trainers tasked with instructional development.
Socrates inspired critical thinking through questions. A transformational leader can apply his method and inspire the same in her team.
Staying ahead of the wave of digital transformation will require innovating thinking, the right technology investments and new ways of training and recruiting the future federal workforce. But through the right learning and talent platforms, federal government can continue to deliver.
It is one thing to say you want to take some classes. It’s another to actually do it. This is my experience being a 65-year-old college student.
How do you get training for your team when you have no training budget?
Now in its 21st year, Esri’s Federal GIS (FedGIS) Conference kicks off March 20-21. Open to all federal government agency workers, this event attracts 3,000 attendees and invites all to share their experience in collaborating, innovating, and connecting their work using spatial analytics technology.
Life is always evolving. Let your education evolve too. When you are involved in continuing education, not only do you learn more but you expose yourself to new ideologies, leading to innovation.
There is usually a small pool of folks that are nothing short of rock stars. So, how can we leverage their knowledge and expertise to magnify the overall strength and performance of most workers in our organization?
You want to hear a secret? City governments are still at the beginning stages of understanding how best to optimize the use of machine learning (ML) algorithms to make city services more efficient. Here’s why.