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Articles from The Public Manager (June 22, 2008)

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A firestorm ignited: pipeline rupture in Clarke County: government, private-sector, and citizen stakeholders must collaborate to reduce pipeline risks. Galante, Julie; Atkins, Pat 2701
Asking the right questions: a senior federal executive looks forward to 2012 on his personal and professional journey. Kile, James C. 2392
E-governance journeys in Serbia and Slovenia: two democratic countries that have emerged from the former Yugoslavia have taken different paths in providing e-services to their respective citizenries. Bogdanovic, Zorica; Pinteric, Uros 2389
Ethics and Politics during a Time of Transition: the CEC offers a guide for federal employees who need to follow standards of conduct during the upcoming administration change. Pettibone, Craig 2676
Getting strategic results through performance-based acquisition: public managers use eight management practices for successful contracting. Gooden, Vince 2653
Growing into my dreams: this senior federal executive candidate looks back from 2012 at the means to success. Wilusz, Lisa M. 2695
Is it the eleventh, twelfth, or thirteenth hour? Grimaldi 600
Maximising sourcing options to deliver results: in an increasingly multisector workforce environment, public managers can infuse results expectations into performance documents to achieve desired outcomes and ensure accountability. Alexander, Joe; Kangas, Phil 1924
Measuring performance reporting quality: a recent study assesses the effects of a pilot format on the quality of federal agency performance reporting. Ellig, Jerry; Wray, Henry 3546
Passing the torch but not just yet: federal agencies should reevaluate how they look at four generations and consider strategies to meet each group's needs and career goals. Poindexter, Kate 1788
Recipe for producing results in government. Zauderer, Donald G. 1348
Recruiting and retaining young talent: a young federal government professional suggests ways to attract younger employees through qualitative analysis of generational values and career goals. Young, Aaron 1972
Recruiting the generations to federal services: the federal government can take steps to compete for the talented worker, young and old. Trahant, Bill 4176
The grass is greener ...: three FOSE concepts will help government managers communicate, acquire equipment, and access data, all the while helping the environment. Lyon, Martin P. 2762
The importance of trusted leaders: are you a trusted leader? Do you trust the leaders for whom you work? Pettibone, Craig 946
The manager's musings. Master, Warren 854
The people side of leadership: an overlooked opportunity: a commitment to people taps into the most powerful, generative, productive resource of an agency--and helps one become a more effective leader. Leheney, Mark 2198
Volunteers: an untapped resource: the federal government can look close at hand to find a long-term solution for stocking the workface. D'Agustino, Maria J. 578
Workplace learning in Gallatin County: a new administrator in Montana shares his case study and blueprint for building a systematic training program relevant to all county departments. Mathers, Earl 4123

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