On October 18, 2017, government HR leaders, program managers, and performance improvement executives will convene for a special Town Hall discussion on the ongoing effort in the federal government to transform its workforce to achieve efficiencies, improved morale, and better results for the American people.
With continued challenging constraints in federal, state and local budgets, there is a both a pressing need and a significant opportunity to re-shape and re-direct workforce deployment and performance in virtually every government department and agency. To achieve needed improvements, government leaders are increasingly interested in evaluating their workforce and identifying ways to optimize priorities, productivity and performance to achieve mission results.
By creating greater awareness of recent advances in tools and methods, and a broader understanding of the pitfalls and best practices for effectively utilizing those advances, the goal of this research is to help government take best advantage of opportunities to achieve significant performance gains.
Topics for Discussion
Workforce Challenges — resulting from driving forces in the current government enviornment
Workforce Analytics — new tools to understand opportunities and progress
Strategic Human Capital Planning — current state and future requirements
About the Government Workforce Performance Optimization Research Program
This Town Hall is part of a larger effort — the Government Workforce Performance Optimization Initiative — to catalogue the best HR practices in government and improve policy on federal workforce issues.
- October 18, 2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm