What you need to know about capabilities in the planning process.
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It is the discipline that requires the most focus for the planners and program controls staff. Without this discipline, the development of a credible baseline is simply not possible.
Ever been in a brainstorming meeting that seemed to go nowhere or not include all voices? Beat brainstorming pitfalls by focusing the conversation on these four types of questions.
You are closer to a modern budgeting system than you might think.
Creating plans that can adapt and evolve based on advancements in technology is one of the biggest challenges facing all government organizations. Here’s how you can do it successfully.
How can we bring Strategic Foresight into conversations on management priorities in the next presidential administration? Why is this even worth discussing, especially given the urgent pressures of dealing with today’s challenges?
Remember the old saying: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” It is our usual go-to answer when processes and programs are, at the bare minimum, functioning. However, within the next year we will have a new president and a new administration. With that comes new leadership across the federal government and ultimately leads to… Read more »
Planning? I don’t make a lot of time for planning.
With some smart strategies and a solid plan of attack, you can achieve your goals. Here are a few tips for making your career goals a reality.
Monday morning is the punchline of innumerable coffee mugs and Garfield cartoons. It’s the brutal, unflinching time when we transition from the unstructured weekend into the regimented work week — and many of us spend it in a caffeine-deprived haze, trying to sort out priorities. But what if you could tackle Monday morning with a… Read more »