Vol. 42 Nbr. 4, December - December 2013
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- Daunting challenges lie ahead.
- Leadership and communication in the field: from policy to practice.
- Four decisions that can make or break training programs: those who are responsible for investing large amounts of an agency's precious resources must know the need, include customers at every step, make good choices when sourcing solutions, and know how to measure success.
- OPM's 2012 telework report shows vast opportunities for improvement: OPM partially reported on two of the seven reporting requirements in the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. OPM and agencies need to establish a completion date by which agencies will produce reliable data.
- GAO mentors build relationships, cultivate talent, make a difference: GAO's formalized mentoring has proven to be a powerful way to shorten the learning curve for new staff, revitalize experienced staff, and cultivate new leaders.
- Performance measurement 2.0--what will we do with it?
- The difference between spending money and 'buying' outcomes.
- Transforming into a performance-based, results-oriented culture.
- Moving from 'reinventing government' to 'Moneyball Government'.
- 15 roles leaders play to manage performance and accountability.
- Mind the Gap: bringing planning and analytics together in government.
- Align strategic plans to reduce fragmentation and redundancy.
- Virtual centers of excellence provide catalysts for innovation.
- Avoiding management's middle-age spread.
- Reporting to the citizens about the business of government.
- Using integrated process teams for interagency coordination.
- The next generation of government has begun.
- A manager's guide to knowing what you know.
- Scaling innovation: applying entrepreneurism to local government.
- The public cemetery: meeting new challenges in a time of change.
- What will the new public sector look like and who will be there?
- Aviation agency and unions instill interest-based leadership skills.
- Bring generations together by leveraging millennial affinity groups.
- Engagement Goes Beyond Satisfaction to Include Personal Commitment.
- Effective programs by the numbers.