December 24, 2012
Stephen Condrey, Rex Facer II, Jared Llorens
The federal workforce faces a number of critical challenges that must be addressed to fulfill the increasingly complex demands placed upon federal agencies. For example, the looming retirement bubble will require the replacement of a significant portion of the federal w...
July 06, 2010
Christine Rush, Jonathan West, Stephen Condrey
Government organizations are in a perpetual state of change. A key
element to the introduction of change, as well as its eventual
success or failure, is the human resource manager. Author Paul
Light notes in his book The Four Pi...
July 03, 2010
Christine Gibbs Springer
Improving disaster response capabilities within this country
requires better coordination not only within the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security (DHS), but also across the federal government,
within state and local governments...
April 21, 2010
As his administration settles into the executive branch, President
Obama faces the largest number of challenges of any new president
in recent memory. Building a strong, skills-based federal workforce
is key to addressing these ...
December 16, 2009
If the recent debate over fixing the U.S. healthcare system has done anything, it has helped to reveal some of the complexities underlying the delivery of cost-efficient, high-quality, patient-focused care. For learning professionals at hospitals and other healthcare or...
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