Succession planning is one of those critical tasks that organizations know they need to do. But few do it well — if at all.
There are billions of dollars’ worth of hardware and software in use across government that is either obsolete or on the verge of lacking vendor support.
Tis the season for giving thanks! We know it’s sometimes hard to be a government employee since there aren’t a ton of opportunities for praise. But that’s about to change. GovLoop launched our Govie of the Month program. Each month we will highlight one awesome government worker who is doing amazing work. These terrific employees don’t have… Read more »
This year, forget the fruitcake and give your teams the gift of space.
Changes in federal government keep coming fast. That’s why GovLoop gives you these monthly recaps of federal news that may affect agency management and employment.
In the private sector, there is no shortage of examples of successful industry disruptors. However, the public sector faces a unique challenge: How do you keep pace with private industry? How do you innovate in a market that is moving very quickly, especially when it comes to technology?
The age-old argument questions whether leaders are born, developed over time or catapulted into a position of leadership as a result of a situation. Learn more about the trait theory and leadership challenge in this featured blog.
Historically, the public sector has lagged behind the private in adopting innovations in HR technology. Today, agencies are at a technology crossroads.
For those working in public service, such looming unknowns — Will the government remain open? Will my programs be cut or continued? — can create a number of management challenges. Christopher Dorobek spoke with Tom Fox, Vice President of Leadership and Innovation at the Partnership for Public Service, to discuss how government employees can demonstrate… Read more »
Recruiting the right talent for the right positions is a critical task that government strives to do well. But it’s easier said than done.