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When someone mentions the word strategy it creates one of two types of responses: dread or excitement for a new opportunity. Here’s an opportunity to “right-size” your perception regarding the development of a strategy.
The real test of leaders, and what they won’t so loudly talk about, is focus and follow-through.
To best communicate technical or sensitive information to your audience, consider integrating video into your communications plans in a greater way.
“Make It So” The Need to Link Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) to the Performance I believe that OMB Circular Number A-11, Part 6 entitled “Strategic Plans, Annual Performance Plans, Performance Reviews, and Annual Program Performance Reports” is a framework that can be refined and incorporated into the Performance Reference Model (PRM) and the Business Reference… Read more »
Sometimes I get so caught up in my work that it’s really easy to go from one project to the next, without having the time to think about how my previous projects turned out. I’m not referring to the project outcome but more to the process: what did it take for us to get to… Read more »
Organizations are increasingly embracing Innovation Labs to leverage new ideas in a practical, actionable way and as a means for moving government forward.
Part of an effective social media presence is evaluation, so that you can determine whether or not your strategy is working and how to tweak it to accomplish your goals.
Are you thinking about incorporating social media into your communications strategy? Already have it and are wondering if you’re getting enough return on that investment? Social media is a great way to reach a wide range of people or a niche audience. However, it also requires a strategic approach. It’s not enough to simply be… Read more »
In the pages of management books and in the bottomless sea of online materials, there is no shortage of five-part frameworks and six-step plans for devising and executing organizational strategy. But Joshua J. Marcuse, Senior Advisor for Policy Innovation within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, has accomplished the feat of sifting through much… Read more »