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Posts Tagged: organizational culture
COVID-19 changes the way we work by challenging our organizational cultures. Is your culture thick or thin, and how you can improve it?
This past week, I sat down with Carissa Sacchetti, our new Incident Manager, to discuss her role and the department’s vision around incident management.
Achieving better organizational results today is dependent upon connectedness.
The credo of “people over process” is probably the cultural Netflix norm most adoptable by government at all levels. It starts with giving people more say in their work, the information they need to make good decisions and candor about group and institutional performance – at all levels of the organization.
Inaction in the face of harassment and intimidation is unthinkable when we all have the power to speak up and demand change in the workplace.
Change is hard, especially in highly regulated environments like government agencies. Fortunately, this featured blogger has a few ways to overcome cultural challenges to change.
With the right combination of culture and compensation, younger employees won’t want to leave.
Government rebels from all walks of life spanning a range of government agencies united in full force at this year’s NextGenGov’s summit, and it was inspiring. Now, these rebels were not your stereotypical outliers or black sheep; the packed room included a Fellow from the State Department, a Medicaid expert from Wyoming, and a ManagementRead… Read more »
Cybersecurity should not about just building better castles, but looking ahead to the emerging threats. Castles were undone by introduction of cannons and mobile warfare. This will likely be true of Cybersecurity because the “cyber barbarians,” whether state or non-state actors, criminals or hacktivists, are constantly looking for new technologies, human weakness, back doors and… Read more »