Archive | 2015

The Performance Institute: Helping Cities Advance Performance Management for Improved Results

In April, Beth Blauer of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Government Excellence was selected to lead What Works Cities, a new $42 million, three-year initiative launched by Bloomberg
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Low Productivity? Redesign Your Team So Everyone Is a Leader

People are much more likely to flourish in an environment where they have the opportunity to become leaders (and not merely followers). It is because people want to be involved,
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Are we any Closer to a Nationwide Public Safety Wireless Broadband Network?

Are we there yet? That’s what the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation asked at the March 11 hearing. Good Question. In the world of public safety, people come to expect quick results.
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Part 3: How to Manage Difficult Government Employees

 The Performance Institute is pleased to present the first in a three part series providing insight on How to Manage Difficult Government Employees authored by Stewart Liff.  Part 3 of
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GAO Report on Poor Performance

The U.S. General Accountability Office (GAO) recently published a report on how to address substandard employee performance. Specifically, the report found that government agencies generally have three avenues in which
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Part 2: How to Manage Difficult Government Employees

 The Performance Institute is pleased to present the second in a three part series providing insight on How to Manage Difficult Government Employees authored by Stewart Liff
 Part 2 of
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Part 1: How to Manage Difficult Government Employees

The Performance Institute is pleased to present the first in a three part series providing insight on How to Manage Difficult Government Employees authored by Stewart Liff Most people
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