Changing the accepted organizational culture can be overwhelming. Experts say it is not enough to come up with a list of company values and post them online or on an office wall. As a leader and team you have to believe in and support every individual in the organization to share cultural values.
Posts Tagged: Nebraska
Nebraska CIO Ed Toner shared his initial insights into his state’s centralization process and offered advice for future IT consolidators in government. Specifically, he offered four themes to consider as other states pursue centralization.
In an interview with GovLoop, CIO of Nebraska Ed Toner shared the lessons he learned as a fairly new public servant coming into government. With more than 20 years of private industry experience, Toner also discussed how his team successfully implemented hybrid centralization as part of their IT consolidation efforts.
In this interview with Nebraska CIO, Ed Toner, learn how the state is saving costs and driving efficiencies by using hybrid centralization to consolidate IT.
Congratulations to my friend, Govloop (Steve Ressler) on his upcoming marriage. Very happy for him and his fiance’. Let’s start this Thursday with something from Aaliyah: <span class=”font-size-5″><br/></span> Good morning… it’s been a while since the Hokie Guru has posted on college football here at Govloop. It seems like the college football season just started… Read more »
Happy Monday!! Hope everyone had a good weekend. We’ve had a lot about those Central Intelligence Agency Inspector General (IG) reports on the abuse inside the secret prisons. If you don’t know about the role of an IG, well, essentially it’s the interal auditing arm of the federal government agency. Here is more about the… Read more »
Calgon, take me away?!?! Fefe Dobson is one of the Hokie Guru’s favorites!! Let’s get right to our sports coverage here on GovLoop because the Hokie Guru is addicted to that rush. By the way, Billy Sheehan is, hands down, the best bass player on the face of the earth. What an early week of… Read more »