John Kamensky

 

John Kamensky

John Kamensky Receives AGA Cornelius E. Tierney Award

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 - 11:40
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In recognition of Mr. Kamensky’s research contributions to the field of performance management and accountability. He is not a traditional researcher in the academic world but rather a practicing researcher with a career of connecting research to practice, especially in the areas of performance, budgeting and cost accounting. He says his goal is to increase the use of fact-based decision-making.

The Business of Government Magazine Fall/Winter 2009 - Special Edition "The Business of Government Hour"

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 - 11:57
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Hear from the nine government executives profiled in our recent magazine. Join as we discuss with our authors such diverse topics as leadership, transparency, open government, and the rise of social media, performance reporting, and a first hand account of the Obama transition.
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Mon, 11/23/2009
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Hear from the nine government executives profiled in our recent magazine. Join as we discuss with our authors such diverse topics as leadership, transparency, open government, and the rise of social media, performance reporting, and a first hand account of the Obama transition.
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John M. Kamensky

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 - 12:46
Mr. Kamensky is a Senior Fellow with the IBM Center for The Business of Government and an Associate Partner with IBM's Global Business Services. During 24 years of public service, he had a significant role in helping pioneer the federal government's performance and results orientation. Mr. Kamensky is passionate about helping transform government to be more results-oriented, performance-based, customer-driven, and collaborative in nature.

The Business of Government Magazine Fall/Winter 2009 - A Special Edition of "The Business of Government Hour"

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 13:50
From the federal government’s response to the financial crisis, the H1N1 flu, or its movement towards greater transparency and accountability, our latest magazine gathers thoughtful perspectives from some of the leading practitioners and academics in the field. Hear from the nine government executives profiled in the recent magazine and interviews with several of our magazine contributors on such diverse topics as leadership, transparency, open government and the rise of social media, and a first hand account of the Obama transition.

Engaging Citizens in the Job of Performance Reporting

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 - 16:26
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By making data more widely available—even if only within the federal government—it will empower a wide range of users to more routinely make fact-based decisions. This has the effect of pushing analysis and decision making down to the front line instead of to staff offices. This could be the beginning of a new performance agenda, which author W. David Stephenson calls “democratizing data.” Support for making such data available more broadly to the public is being pushed by advocacy groups such as the Sunlight Foundation.

Toward Greater Transparency and Accountability in Government

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 - 16:02
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The future’s going to be different. Just look at today’s generation. It participates in massively distributed, role-playing games on the Internet, like World of Warcraft. As a result, young people develop their leadership skills differently. They share information and make decisions differently. They engage in teamwork and collaborate differently. It’s all about your contributions, not your rank or position. They are called “digital natives.” This isn’t how government works today.

Transition: IBM Center Special Magazine Issue

Monday, December 22nd, 2008 - 10:57
Last week I visited with a friend at lunch and had a strange experience!  I’d brought a copy of the IBM Center’s latest magazine to share and left on the table during lunch.  A complete stranger came up and said “Oh, can I get a copy of that magazine?  I really need it!” Then someone a table over said, “Can I get a copy too!?”  This issue has a special section on the transition, which was what was attracting interest.
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