Welcome to the Alliance for Innovation How-to Guide for using Alliance features on the Knowledge Network.
Overview of eGovernment vision, definition, and principles.
The ICMA Career Guide was recently revised by a 13-person task force made up of ICMA members. The group was charged with reviewing the document, "Local Government Management: It's the Career for You!" and developing a guide that was both current and applicable to a broad audience. One of the goals of the group was to create a guide that could be continually evolving, which is the purpose of this wiki. Edits and comments are welcome.
This wiki is used by Alliance for Innovation Ambassadors to share information and content.
Brownfields information on the internet is scattered and sometime not relevant to local government or ICMA member needs - this wiki will provide some information on links around the world wide wide that we find helpful.[[LGEAN]]
Honoring innovative contributions to local government management and increasing awareness about the value professional managers bring to building great communities.
At the session "It's Good To Be Number Two" during the 99th Annual Conference in Boston, the participants crowdsourced a set of qualities that a good Number Two (aka principal Assistant, Deputy or "second-in-command" manager). This wiki presents the list created at that session, and others are encouraged to add to the list!
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