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Julia Glidden

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 - 12:02
Dr. Julia Glidden is General Manager, Global Government Industry for the IBM Corporation. An internationally recognised expert on Digital Government, Dr Glidden has direct responsibility for driving transformational change for IBM clients across the globe. She combines a deep knowledge of how technology and cognitive computing can pioneer new opportunities for government agencies to improve the lives of citizens with a first hand understanding of just how powerful Open Data and Open Government can be in unlocking innovation.  Dr.

Environmental Collaboration: Lessons Learned About Cross-Boundary Collaborations

Monday, March 7th, 2011 - 11:05
While they find that many of the elements necessary for effective collaborative ventures are critical — such as a clear purpose, dedicated staff, and the willingness to be flexible — they conclude that a bilateral collaborative venture is often more effective when it has a formal legal structures in place that enhance its legitimacy in the eyes of various stakeholders. Informal collaborations are often useful precursors to more formal efforts. These informal

Harvey Koeppel

Thursday, September 30th, 2010 - 16:10
Harvey Koeppel is Executive Director of the Center for CIO Leadership. In this capacity, Harvey sets the Center’s strategy and directs internaland external operations. He also serves as Chairman of the Center’s Advisory Committee.

Michael D. Serlin

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:51
Michael D. Serlin is currently writing and consulting on public service change after a thirty-six year Federal career. He retired in 1994 from the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Management Service. As an Assistant Commissioner, he directed innovations in electronic funds transfer and financial operations for the U.S. Government and initiated entrepreneurial administrative support across agencies.

Performance Reporting: Insights from International Practice

Thursday, December 17th, 2009 - 20:00
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Governance Challenges and the Financial Crisis: Seven Key Questions

Sunday, July 5th, 2009 - 20:00
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Under the leadership of National Academy Fellow Don Kettl and National Academy President Jennifer Dorn, the National Academy of Public Administration convened a roundtable of government leaders, business leaders, researchers and other experts to discuss governance issues related to the government's response to the financial crisis. Seven strategic questions related to governance emerged from the discussion held earlier this year, which was moderated by Don Kettl.

Integrating Service Delivery Across Levels of Government: Case Studies of Canada and Other Countries

Thursday, August 7th, 2008 - 20:00
Public services are traditionally delivered through a number of government agencies via programs that are not connected to each other. In the midst of this decentralized fragmentation, two trends - a citizen-centric philosophy and network model of service delivery - are driving demands to integrate the delivery of citizen-oriented services across levels of government. The rapid increase in technology allows this new collaborative approach to service design and delivery to be a successful substitute for the old hierarchical approach.

Ambassador Patrick F. Kennedy: Managing Transformational Diplomacy

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008 - 15:52
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As the United States faces unprecedented challenges andopportunities around the world, Secretary of State CondoleezzaRice has unveiled a bold new vision of American diplomacyfor the 21st century known as “transformational diplomacy.”According to Secretary Rice, transformational diplomacy is avision rooted in partnership, not paternalism—in doing thingswith other people, not for them. “I think,” says AmbassadorPatrick Kennedy, that the major focus of transformational diplomacyhas to [do with] getting our personnel out and operating

A Conversation with Sir Nigel Hamilton: Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS)

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008 - 16:35
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As part of its Presidential Transitions series, the IBM Centerfor The Business of Government recently hosted a conversationwith Sir Nigel Hamilton, the head of the NorthernIreland Civil Service (NICS), focusing on the role of careergovernment officials during transition. The session—whichwas moderated by Jonathan Breul, executive director of theIBM Center for The Business of Government, and includedinvited members from the U.S federal government’s SeniorExecutive Service—contributed an international perspective

Integrating Performance and Budgets: The Budget Office of Tomorrow

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007 - 20:00
Governments are under increasing pressure to produce--and to demonstrate--results in terms of their mission. Over the last decade, countries around the world have undertaken reforms with the aim of improving the relevance and effectiveness of public services and the quality of public sector management. Integrating Performance and Budgets showcases attempts by federal and state governments, as well as a mix of developed and developing countries, to introduce performance or results-oriented budgeting and management as a means to support better decision making and accountability.
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