As a result of just three virtual efforts, citizens are more engaged than ever before. They have opportunities to get involved in their city.
Posts Tagged: Oakland
In my work, I often ask the question of “why?” But admittedly, I am a bit less courageous in asking “why not?”
A week ago the famous Napa region was shaken by a 6.0 scale earthquake resulting in serious damage to buildings, injuries and disruptions in services to a large area. This is something residents in the Bay Area have come to expect and we are all waiting for the next “big one”, overdue in most expertsRead… Read more »
Government IT is a fickle world that requires leaders to utilize multiple skillsets to achieve success. This world has many moving parts, and if not managed properly, could break down and create mayhem. What do leaders in government technology need to do to be successful? Here are two suggestions… First, leaders must build a solidRead… Read more »
As Government leaders, what insights can history teach us regarding the Occupy Movement? Is this a new phenomenon? Is Capitalism really bad? What can we do to educate ourselves and those who are rallying against the current system, about Capitalism’s history and future value? http://bit.ly/occupyhistory