Weekly Roundup: January 23-27, 2017

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The IBM Center's Weekly Roundup highlights articles and insights that we found interesting for the week ending January 27, 2017.

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Weekly Roundup: January 23-27, 2017
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The Center completed the updates for the Operator’s Manual for Administration officials, incorporating lessons learned since the last printing.
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This revised 2013 edition was written for newly appointed government agency heads and their senior management teams, Getting It Done addresses the environment of government.
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As Federal executives look forward for the second term of the Obama Administration, the Center has renewed our look at factors that can help them achieve success. Use the links below to order or download chapters of the book.
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The IBM Center is releasing an update to its 2009 The Operator’s Manual for the New Administration for the use of new executives in the federal government. This updated chapter on people reflects advances based on extensive practical research published by the Center since 2009 on changes, challenges, and opportunities surrounding the workplace, the nature of work, and the workforce charged with performing the activities of government.
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The IBM Center is releasing an update to its 2009 The Operator’s Manual for the New Administration for the use of new executives in the federal government. This updated chapter on leadership reflects advances based on extensive practical research published by the Center since 2009 on the success of real leaders and provides insights on how government executives can better lead their agencies and programs.
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The IBM Center’s newly-released “Next Four Years” Resource Center updates its 2009 Presidential Transition materials for new political appointees. But it offers more in the way of other good government imperatives that will challenge leaders tomorrow.
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The IBM Center is releasing an update to its 2009 “The Operator’s Manual for the New Administration” for the use of new executives in the federal government. This updated chapter reflects statutory changes since 2009 and provides insights on how executives can improve performance in their agencies’ programs.
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How can leaders of Federal programs improve outcomes by capitalizing on approaches and tools developed in the “chiefs” communities (Chief Financial, Information, Acquisition, and Human Capital Officers)?
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How do leaders of very diverse agencies direct ambitious change? How do they achieve significant goals? What strategies do they use to overcome opposition and win allies? How do specific organizational and political contexts affect strategies and outcomes?
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