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Transforming Government Through Technology

Sunday, March 26th, 2017 - 13:30
The federal government can reduce costs while improving services by adapting private sector cost reduction strategies and technologies to achieve similar benefits in government. This objective is highlighted by a recent report, led by the Technology CEO Council (TCC), in which the IBM Center for The Business of Government participated. In “The Government We Need,” TCC members detail how, if implemented effectively, technology-based reforms could reduce federal costs by more than $1 trillion over the next decade.

Perspective on Strategic Intelligence: Conceptual Tools for Leading Change with Dr. Michael Maccoby

Monday, July 18th, 2016 - 8:55
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These issues may test the very form, structure, and capacity of agencies to meet problems head-on. As a result, successful government leaders must go beyond established parameters and institutional strictures, working across organizational boundaries in pursuit of multilayered, networked approaches tailored to a specific challenge.

End of the Space Shuttle & the Beginning of Commercial Space: Leadership, Change, and Private-Public Partnerships

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 - 2:01
Monday, April 25, 2016 - 23:17
The Columbia Accident Investigation Board (CAIB) called the absence of a shuttle successor “a failure of national leadership.”

Leadership, Change, and Public-Private Partnerships

Monday, April 25th, 2016 - 9:42
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This report continues the IBM Center’s long interest in leadership, transformation, and the use of innovative public-private partnerships. It explores how NASA leaders have leveraged public-private partnerships to replace the space shuttle, while developing new policy mechanisms to enable private companies to take over cargo and astronaut transport to the International Space Station (ISS). The author focuses on the evolution of this

Weekly Roundup: April 20 - 24, 2015

Friday, April 24th, 2015 - 8:52
Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 14:14
Rating Federal Mobile-Friendly Websites. Google implemented a new policy regarding the ranking of mobile-friendly websites on its search engine.  NextGov tested Google’s ranking criteria on 28 large federal agency websites and found that about half met the criteria and half didn’t.  Where is your agency on the list?

Alissa Black

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 - 14:17
Alissa Black is principal of investments at Omidyar Network. At the Omidyar Network, she is working to improve the relationship between citizens and government through driving sector-level change in government and the emerging civic technology ecosystem.

A Leader’s Guide to Transformation

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 - 11:50
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Transformation continues to be seen by noted practitioners and 21st century federal leaders as a compelling description of the essential change that is needed throughout the federal government. In the future, transformation will be a joint-ownership enterprise that spans boundaries and involves constituencies in unprecedented ways. This emerging characteristic alone will require the successful leaders of future transformations to adopt a more democratic management style and build on the work of pioneers who have gone before.

From the Executive Director

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 - 14:24
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The summer of 2011 was dominated by negotiations between Congress and the president concerning the federal deficit and the need to dramatically reduce spending in the decade ahead. There is little doubt that agencies across government will need to cut costs while maintaining, if not improving, the performance of their operations. The challenge thus facing government executives will be whether to use this unprecedented opportunity to transform their organizations while also making necessary spending reductions.

Shared Services: Addressing Change Management When Moving to a Shared Services Model Part II of II

Thursday, October 27th, 2011 - 17:11
Thursday, October 27, 2011 - 17:05
In our last post, we introduced two of the five Cs for effective change, credibility and communication. Today, we will discuss the remaining three C's. Comprehensiveness

Shared Services: Addressing Change Management When Moving to a Shared Services Model Part I of II

Monday, October 24th, 2011 - 14:56
Monday, October 24, 2011 - 14:52
We’ve all heard it: Change is hard. I’m too set in my ways to change now. Can’t we just go back to the old way of getting our work done? The truth is—yes, change can be hard. It is widely reported that more than 80% of projects fail to accomplish their intended goals, mainly because of change “issues.” But change is not bad—in fact, when changing for the right reasons, change is good. Often, change is what is absolutely required for organizations to thrive, stay competitive, cut costs, and even survive. And while change may be hard, it is by no means impossible.
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