Webinar Wednesday Presents: Collective Strategy in a Federated Environment
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Webinar Wednesday Presents: Collective Strategy in a Federated Environment

4/15/2020
When: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
1:30 - 2:30 PM (ET)
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Presenter: Mike Morello, Senior Advisor, Government Solutions,Tyler Technologies, Data & Insights Division
Contact: Jennie Benjamins
1-844-345-2828 ext 229


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For this webinar presenter, Mike Morello, defines Federated as collaborating with other agencies and departments toward developing a collective strategy and executing on it. This can be voluntary, or part of leadership’s goals, because of laws, or because of grants. There are many reasons why. Here are a couple of the examples which will be used during the presentation:

  • President Obama’s Performance Improvement Council: Cross-Agency Performance Goals. Vision Zero for Eliminating Veterans Homelessness
  • State of Maryland Open Data Council – How collective data strategy aligns to evidence-based policymaking
  • Governor Hogan’s Customer Service Initiative – Goals all personnel can understand and align to from the top floor to the shop floor when customer service is defined through the lens of Customer Experience

Mike will also look to answer these key questions during the webinar:

  • How to facilitate a unifying vision across independent departments and agencies?
  • What kind of leadership is needed?
  • What are the main hurdles?
  • How have you overcome hurdles?
  • How do you divide the work?
  • How do you communicate the vision?
  • How do you get buy-in?
  • What is needed to facilitate realization?
  • How do you measure success?

 

   

About Mike Morello

Mike Morello works for Tyler Technologies, Data & Insights Division, his role is to help governments leverage data as a strategic asset on the Socrata platform.

Prior to joining Tyler Tech, Mike most recently served Governor Larry Hogan as the Director of Performance Improvement for the State of Maryland. In that role, he facilitated the development of strategic plans, performance measures, and process improvement initiatives with state agencies and the Governor’s Coordinating Offices. With a frugal budget for their office, they had to create force multipliers out in every state agency, capable of mobilizing teams to perform these valuable management techniques. Importantly, planning, performance, and process improvement techniques needed to be driving toward leadership’s priorities.

     
     

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