Government’s Talent Factor
Enabling the mission of government through its people
Government leaders working to attract, develop, and retain the best talent available are finding that many of the rules that applied in the traditional workplace have changed. To cultivate the next-generation workforce, governments will have to adapt to a rapidly evolving landscape.
Read insights from our Government Talent Factor collection.
|Diversity’s new frontier
Workplace diversity should mean more than striving for physical and socioeconomic variety. Organizations should also seek to take advantage of diversity of thought—the differences in thinking patterns and problem-solving approaches that make each of us unique. Read to learn more.
|The mobile government worker
To illustrate the benefits of mobile technology for government employees, we examine three different types of workers who spend much of their time in the field: human services caseworkers, emergency responders, and law enforcement officers. Learn how your agency can benefit.
|Improving the government brand
To stave off a looming talent shortage, governments at all levels in the United States must reverse the negative perceptions that Gen Y has of the public sector jobs. Read the full article to learn more.
|The silent leader
To reclaim a reputation for competency, government will need a political culture that values and honors capable managers, as well as public servants with the courage to tell the unpleasant truths to their political masters. Read the full article.
|The GovCloud project lifecycle
Technology can offer innovative ways for the public sector do more with less. Explore the GovCloud approach to government work. Download the infographic.