When it comes to training there are a whole bunch of different philosophies: webinars, online and in-person. But one thing is certain government workers need to be in a culture of continual learning.
But tight budgets, baby boomers retiring and the GSA conference scandal mean trainings are under more scrutiny than ever.
Now there is a new form of training, they're called online bootcamps. The 3-4 week online classes are a mix of lectures, office hours, homework, and meeting peers.
Tell us what you think. What do you like? What don't you like?
Don't miss Andy Krzmarzick's post: Is Government Training Tremendous or Trivial?