A lot has changed over the last couple months and government leaders have had to quickly adjust to new and unprecedented challenges. Government leaders and organizations also recognize these challenges have created opportunities to accelerate and drive transformational change within their organization. Join this discussion of state leaders to hear how they have handled these challenges and what opportunities have presented themselves as we all adjust to the new normal.
Government operations continues to undergo dramatic changes while managing the largest workforce in the state, investing in technology, changing processes, and making innovation a part of organizational and enterprise-wide culture. We've assembled leading thought leaders from state associations focused on government operations to have a high-level leadership and strategy conversation about long term implications on the industry.
|Into the Unknown: New Normal, New Challenges, New Opportunities||01:01:46|
|State Government Operations 2020 and Beyond||00:49:41|
|Brom Stibitz, Michigan|
|Brian DeForest, Oregon|
|Denis Goulet, NASCIO President|
|Franklin Plaistowe, NASPE Vice President|
|George Schutter, NASPO President|
|Hope Davis, NASFA Past President|
|Ed Jimenez, Arizona|
|Jay Dardenne, Louisiana|
|Thuy Mauge, Los Angeles|
|Mike Cook, Ivalua|
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