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Seven Drivers Transforming Government

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 - 10:26
The Center supports leading researchers to identify trends, new ideas, and best practices—crafting actionable approaches that support government decision-makers in addressing mission delivery and management challenges, through strategies and actions that promote efficiency and effectiveness. Based on our recent research and perspectives shared by current and former government leaders, this special report identifies seven drivers for transforming government in the years to come:

Leadership in Action - The Business of Government Magazine

Friday, July 29th, 2016 - 11:32
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This edition of the Business of Government magazine highlights strong leaders with the right talent who are charged with executing the business of government. Join host Michael Keegan as he tells the stories of such leaders as Anne Rung, Admiral Paul Zukunft, Dr. Reggie Brothers, Dr. David Bray, and LaVerne Council, outlines their collective challenges, illustrates their respective successes, shares the lessons they have learned – and ultimately, explore how best to help these leaders be effective.
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Mon, 09/12/2016
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This edition of the Business of Government magazine highlights strong leaders with the right talent who are charged with executing the business of government. Join us as leaders such as Anne Rung, Admiral Paul Zukunft, Dr. Reggie Brothers, Dr. David Bray, and LaVerne Council, outline their collective challenges, illustrate their respective successes, share the lessons they have learned – and ultimately, explore how best to help these leaders be effective.

From the Managing Editor’s Keyboard

Monday, November 22nd, 2010 - 13:46
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This edition of The Business of Government magazine has as its background a period rifewith significant challenges that go to the core of effective public management. Faced withseemingly intractable issues such as an ever growing federal deficit, economic uncertainty,unemployment, and aging infrastructure, it appears that the old adage “doing more withless” has taken on a whole new reality. Addressing the challenges arising from this newreality brings with it opportunities—to try different approaches, borrow new strategies,
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