In government, it is imperative to measure our performance. However, in a lot of cases, creating measurements becomes a once-a-year financial exercise or defensive tool during the budget process. Performance measurement should not only be a work task but a real asset to an organization’s vitality. Bottom line…it should be meaningful. As a leader or manager, are you up to this challenge? Continue Reading ->
Finding the “right” staffer in the development and building services arena who fits not only the professional qualifications, but also the “feel” and “new attitude” you are trying to create during process improvements may seem like a near impossibility. The other scenario is the new staffer that is trying so hard to fit in that they are absorbing all the bad habits of the entrenched staff and are not grasping the new development processes as fully as you would like, making the shift to the new that much more difficult. The Human Resource function is so much more than filling a position; it’s making sure you have the correct tool or resource for the job.