Posts Tagged: Next Generation of Government Summit 2011

NGG11 For Dummies: Day One (The CliffsNotes Version)

Today’s #1 Lesson Getting Big Things Done: Answered by Aditya Kumar, Deputy Assistant to Vice President Joe Biden Sometimes we are tasked with solving a problem, tackling a BHAG [see below], providing an answer, or managing a project that has never been attempted before. I asked: “When faced with such a task, how do you… Read more »

Lessons Learned: A Conversation on Getting Big Projects Done

Here is an overview of the Lessons Learned: A Conversation on Getting Big Projects Done Seminar at the Next Generation of Government Summit Lessons Learned A Conversation on Getting Big Projects Done Thursday: July 28th – 10:30 – 11:30 Twitter Hashtag: #NGGS3 Adutya Kumar Deputy Assistant to Vice President Joe Biden Former Special Projects Director… Read more »

Live Blogging the 2011 Next Generation of Government Summit: Luncheon Keynote (Day 1)

12:50 p.m. Talk is over. Q and A time. Thanks for reading. 12:30 p.m. More from Patrick: Digital Government: Social media and civic engagement. E/M/T commerce. Shared/consolidated services. Apps (See/click/fix). Entrepreneurial. “Are you a climber or a coaster?” The one word you should know going forward: Synchronicity. What we’re doing here. Your Career Brand: Have… Read more »

Live Blogging the 2011 Next Generation of Government Summit: Morning Keynote

10:00 a.m. And Nick is done. A rep from Aetna, a NextGen sponsor, is thanking everyone for being here and encouraging us to make the most of the next two days. He hopes lots more people will come next year after hearing from this year’s attendees how awesome the summit was. Now we’re hearing from… Read more »

3 Days Away from NextGen & Planning in Full Effect

3 days away from this year’s Next Generation of Government Summit and we are cranking away in GovLoop land (last minute folks – there are only a couple seats left – register at nextgengovt.com). Thought I’d share some photos of the planning Our Signs Our awesome poster Our program (thanks Rock Creek for printing) Just… Read more »