Business of Government Stories
With the upcoming presidential election, we believe that understanding the evolution of government reform can provide an important lens for understanding key choices facing incoming transition teams, whether for a new administration or new leaders in a second term. In this spirit, we have launched this “Business of Government Stories” series, where we will narrate the stories of many of the most influential events that have shaped government over the past generation.
Our series will focus on the people behind this management evolution, and most importantly the lessons learned that can inform choices now and in the future. A podcast with Dan Chenok and John Kamensky (pictured right) will accompany each post, with reflections on the stories behind these stories. The series will culminate in a final report that integrates major findings and key recommendations, to serve as a resource for new leaders. We hope you enjoy!
|Business of Government Stories|
|Introduction||1. Meet the Individuals Behind Government Success Stories 01/29/20||Podcast|
|Major Reform Initiatives||2. Reinventing Government: A Principle-Driven Reform Initiative 02/05/20||Podcast|
|3. President’s Management Agendas: What Insights Do the PMA’s Origins Have for the Future? 02/12/20||Podcast|
|Performance Management||4. Performance Management: An Emphasis on Accountability 02/19/20||Podcast|
|5. Performance Management: An Emphasis on Learning 02/27/20||Podcast|
|6. The Government’s Program Management Story: Taking a Cue from The Big Screen 03/04/20||Podcast|
|Information Technology||7. The Early Internet Years in Government – A Model of Fostering Innovation 03/11/20||Podcast|
|8. E-Government – Three Vignettes that Still Resonate Today 03/19/20||Podcast|
|9. Responding to the Year 2000 Challenge: Lessons for Today 03/25/20||Podcast|