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Labor Department Leverages Tech to Serve VETS

Mika J. Cross | June 14, 2017 | Article

Connectivity technologies strengthen DOL VETS distributed workforce, culturally speaking, and enable it to provide better service.

Training's Role in Government Cybersecurity

Roxy Torres | April 18, 2017 | Article

As the executive director of the Mississippi Department of Information Technology, Craig Orgeron makes sure agencies have the cybersecurity tools they need.

How to Influence Employees to Maximize Resources

Richard Moore | February 17, 2017 | Article

Leaders at the Tennessee Valley Authority discovered three key actions leaders can take to influence employees to care about agency initiatives.

Veterans Health Administration: Meeting the Learning Challenge

Roxy Torres | January 18, 2017 | Article

Jim Warner, chief learning officer for the Veterans Health Administration, talks about what it takes to maintain and deliver learning on a massive scale.

Leading the Federal Workforce Through the Presidential Transition

Ron Sanders, Roxy Torres | September 07, 2016 | Article

September 2016 TPMFor the September 2016 issue of The Public Manager, former OPM directors Janice Lachance and Linda Springer share some insights on how leaders and managers can support staff through the upcoming transition. 

Preparing for a Presidential Transition: The Practical Guide

Roxy Torres | July 28, 2016 | Article

David Eagles outlines three things all agencies should keep an eye on during a major transition. 

Bringing Innovation to the Federal Front

Roxy Torres, Paula Ketter | July 12, 2016 | Article

In the July 2016 cover story of The Public Manager, “A Space to Innovate,” we talked with Susannah Fox, chief technology officer at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

Transferring Institutional Knowledge to Millennials

Giora Hadar | September 15, 2013 | Article

The more complex an organization, the more challenging and more critical it is to manage institutional knowledge. In large complex organizations such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), capturing the knowledge of experienced employees and transferring it to new hires, as well as to workers in other parts of the organization, is necessary to ensure the organization can perform its core functions. Failure to achieve the mission—in the FAA's case to ensure safe airspace for the public—is not an option.

Federal Agency Finds Success In Group Mentoring Program

Mindy Zasloff, Mary Ellen Okurowski | June 15, 2012 | Article

The National Security Agency (NSA) started three innovative group mentoring programs to adapt to the diverse, fast-paced, and different ways employees need to work together and share corporate knowledge. As the federal population ages—The Washington Post estimates that 60 percent of federal managers and supervisors will be eligible to retire in the next few years—it will leave an especially challenging opportunity for senior leaders to share their legacy. Newly hired Gen Y’s and X’ers have worked in groups and learned from each other as a natural part of their growing-up process. New approaches to mentoring—such as group mentoring—are worth considering. Early success in a pilot group mentoring program in a single-skill community led to a formal program and spawned two other adoptions.

Can a Government Wide Mentorship Program Work

What if there was a virtual, government-wide mentoring program that not only reached out across the varying levels of government (federal, state, and local), but also bridged the expanse between agencies, experience, and geographical distance?

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