Hawaii: First in Progressive Health Care

Posted on August 4th, by H.E. James in About the Public Sector. No Comments

It isn’t just access to all the sun and surf in the state of Hawaii, which marks the 56th Anniversary of its statehood this month, that makes its citizens so healthy.  Hawaii proves that universal access to healthcare can have a tremendous impact on the quality of life of a population.

The last state to join … Read More »

Information Governance: Information Assets

Posted on August 4th, by Robin Woolen in About the Public Sector. No Comments

When I started this series, I explained that the focus of an Information Governance program can be broken down into four basic components:

​What are your information assets?
Where are they located?
When can you dispose of them?
Who manages them and has access to them?

I call these The Four W’s. While they are simple to explain, they can … Read More »

City Branding: Does Your Welcome Wagon Have a Flat Tire?

Posted on August 4th, by Brian Sooy in About the Public Sector. No Comments

How does your city welcome new business? Does your welcome wagon have a flat tire?

When I think of a community’s “brand,” I do not think of the taglines or marketing slogans that mayors and economic development directors mention in speeches or marketing materials.

I think of the stories I’ve heard from other business leaders and the … Read More »

How to Make Your Career Future-Proof

Posted on August 4th, by Hasib Ahmed in Career Advice. No Comments

Worried about what the future holds for your career? You are not the only one who keeps thinking about what scenario will arise in the future that will make a resounding impact on your career. Being in an industry where skills need to be upgraded very often, I have learned that the most important thing … Read More »