In this research the Government Business Council (GBC) analyzed the defining characteristics of Millennials—those Americans born between 1980 and 2000—and developed a ranking of the most millennial-friendly federal agencies considering the generation’s interests, values and skills.
The Partnership for Public Service, in collaboration with McKinsey & Company examined all forms of mobility—intraagency to multisector—and identified the extent to which they are currently used and the barriers to their use. This report also sets forth a series of solutions for increasing SES mobility and building a leadership corps better equipped to drive results in government.
This paper describes how unlike their counterparts in the corporate world, government leaders do not feel the pressure of market forces directly however, they must deal with something far more challenging: legislative mandates and public expectations.
This paper is an interview with Robert E. Rubin, former US treasury secretary to Clinton administration wherein he discusses the leadership challenge in the public sector and how as the productivity imperative grows more acute, perhaps the most critically required resource of all is leadership.
This white paper on Total Quality Leadership, or TQL, provides the means for Department of the Navy (DON) organizations to more efficiently and effectively respond to current and future mission requirements.
This paper discusses that according to the Federal Human Capital Survey conducted by the Office of Personnel Management, more than one third of federal government employees report they are considering leaving their jobs. The retirement of personnel with specialized skills will lead to a talent gap.