How to equip your leadership with what they need to successfully connect with stakeholders and make the best use of everyone’s time.
Posts Tagged: stakeholders
When it comes to fixing things around the house, I range between Unconscious and Conscious Incompetence depending on the task, (or the prior evening’s indulgences). Recently, while standing in the checkout line of my local Home Depot, (for the second time that day), I looked at the guy behind me and said “What is it… Read more »
Bradley Manning is the U.S. Army private who is accused of leaking information to the website Wikileaks. I have been sorting out my feelings on the Wikileaks controversy, torn between a desire for openness and freedom versus a desire for America’s Government to be able to operate securely and effectively. I have quickly begun to… Read more »
This year marks the first-ever Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR), a top-to-bottom review of the Department of Homeland Security to assess our nation’s homeland security policies and priorities. Although the review is occurring in Washington, DHS knows that it won’t really be complete unless it includes input from stakeholders across the country, including other federal… Read more »
The National Academy of Public Administration (my org) is working with DHS to host an online dialogue, and we could use your help in spreading the word. This year marks the inaugural Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR), and as part of this top-to-bottom review, DHS is asking stakeholders to give them feedback on the missions,… Read more »
I earlier posted a list of fundamental questions and dilemmas (which I recently updated) to the GovLoop forum: http://www.praxagora.com/andyo/professional/government_participation_question.html Update: I put the questions on the GovLoop wiki under the name “Questions concerning government participation.” I’ve been asked to flesh this out with research and case studies. Can members of this network suggest things to… Read more »