Communities of Practice: Government

 

Government organizations are vital to the quality of life we enjoy in this country and around the globe. The role of strategic planning and management are essential to governments at all levels: national, regional and local. Government workers and citizens depend on an understanding of government intentions to make management decisions and to make good choices at the polls. Strategic planning helps illuminate the path forward through a clear vision of the future and a description of the actions needed to make it a reality.

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Purpose of the ASP Government Community of Practice

The ASP Government Community of Practice is dedicated to learning, sharing and collaborating to ensure the highest quality strategic planning and management services are provided to help government at all levels articulate a clear vision of the future, engage stakeholders for better decisions and fulfill their vital missions.

 

Past Recording of Webinars:

  • Three Challenges for Government Strategy, Panel Discussion
    September 18, 2019/
    Click here for the recording. 

  • Government CoP Webinar
    February 20, 2019
     
    Click here for the recording.

Governance Community of Practice Leadership Team:

Joe Coberly –  ASP member & Chair-Government Community of Practice

Daniel Omara – ASP Board & Marketing and Communications Director-Government Community of Practice

Niemat Ahmadi

Chris De Francisci

 Camron Doss

Marie Muscella

 

 


Group Feed
Dawn Rhine CPF joined the group Communities of Practice: Government.
Posted Sunday, November 3, 2019
David J. Worsley joined the group Communities of Practice: Government.
Posted Sunday, September 29, 2019
Stuart Williams joined the group Communities of Practice: Government.
Posted Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Luis G. Jansen joined the group Communities of Practice: Government.
Posted Thursday, September 5, 2019
Judy Kehler joined the group Communities of Practice: Government.
Posted Sunday, August 25, 2019
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