February 7, 2017
To compete with the private sector for talent, public-sector organizations need to transform the ways they manage and develop their workforces.
Organizational change is tough for those on the receiving end. But grieving is essential to change.
Foundations and corporations can be terrific partners for governments, but there are limits. For one thing, writes Feather O'Connor Houstoun, they can't fill budget gaps.
We are in a recession, and according to Peter Hutchinson, public managers have three choices: ignorance, illusion or innovation.
Health care is literally eating our families out of house and home -- and our governments out of education, transportation and human services. Four key problems, writes Peter Hutchinson, make transformation necessary.