The Integration of Technology in Government

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The Integration of Technology in Government

Posted on September 12th, by Marc Plooster in About the Public Sector. No Comments

The ushering in of the information age from the industrial age was supposed to allow an individual to live anywhere and remain a productive member of society.  This meant that someone could, if they found it desirable, live in the forests of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and through the use of telecommunications, work in … Read More »

Information Governance Insights: WTF (Where’s The File)

Posted on September 10th, by Robin Woolen in About the Public Sector. No Comments

In last month’s article we started on the first of The Four “Ws” of Information Governance which are:

What are your information assets?Where are they located?

When can you dispose of them?

Who manages them and has access to them?

Once you have identified your Information Assets the next logical step is to document exactly where they are. I … Read More »

Economic Advancement of Women

Posted on September 10th, by Valerie Martinelli in eligibility/hiring issues. No Comments

Women compose over half of the world’s population, however, our contributions to measured economic activity, growth, and security remains considerably below its potential. The challenges of growth, job creation, and involvement are all closely interconnected. Growth and stability are essential in order to give women the necessary opportunities, however, our participation within the labor market … Read More »

We Are the World

Posted on September 6th, by Liam Ryan in education/training. 1 Comment

When I was asked to submit a piece for this month, I wasn’t quite sure what it was going to be. But by the time I managed to sit down to begin there appeared to be only one topic I could write about.

Sometimes a single image can capture the attention of the entire world. For … Read More »

Higher Education and the Changing Paradigms

Posted on September 6th, by Jessie Agarwal in education/training. No Comments

As the world entered the 21st century, it witnessed huge changes and massive alterations. Political upheavals, economic changes and technological advancement transformed the face of Earth. The changes were so rapid and the transformations so swift that historians find it hard to chronicle the happenings which occurred in such a short period of time.

Quite surprisingly, … Read More »

How To Be A Career Time Traveler

Posted on September 6th, by David Shindler in education/training. No Comments

You might be asked to articulate your career journey when seeking a new job or you may be exploring a new direction. It can be difficult picking out the significant and relevant moments, whether you have been employed in many jobs or only a few. You may feel positive or negative or have no strong … Read More »

Military Educational Funding and How to Find It

Posted on September 6th, by H.E. James in education/training. No Comments

Are you in the military or about to leave it?  Have you given any thought to your educational opportunities?  It’s all about funding, isn’t it?  No matter if you’re active duty, a reservist, or a discharged or retired veteran, funding an education can be the roughest part of getting one.  Thankfully, there are resources to … Read More »

Make Your Employees Happy (Without Giving Raises)

Posted on September 5th, by Chris Hollins in on the job, Trends. No Comments

Millennials are changing the way workplaces approach company culture. As the first generation to grow up with the Internet, Millennials’ mobile lifestyles don’t understand the daily 9-to-5 grind. This year Millennials account for the highest percentage of the workforce compared to Gen X and Baby Boomers. Unlike previous generations, Millennials are looking for jobs that … Read More »

How to Become a Homicide Detective

Posted on September 5th, by Scott Blaufeux in education/training. No Comments

Cops—even homicide detectives—sometimes get a bad rap. They can be accused of abuse of power, corruption, false witness, violence, racism, you name it. Never has this been brought into clearer focus than on the one-year anniversary of the protests that erupted in Ferguson, Missouri.

With a little objectivity, though, I think it’s safe to assume that … Read More »

Introverts and Extroverts In Government Collaborate For Results

Posted on September 5th, by Jennifer Kahnweiler in education/training. No Comments

John, an introvert, and Quinn, an extrovert, were training managers at a regional government agency. The employees in their office needed help with creating viable learning plans. Unfortunately, John and Quinn were overwhelmed with requests for coaching and needed to come up with a solution to serve their all employees.

So they put their heads together … Read More »