October 2014 - Volume 96 - Number 9
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For years, the public safety community has recognized that managers must establish open lines of communication with residents and community leaders in order to perform...
Providing an Evaluation Assist
Improving Waste Management in Georgia, the Country!
Managers in Transition
Getting Back on Your Feet
Tackling the Wearable Device Security Challenge
Social Media: The Good, Bad, and Uncharted
Moment in History
Containing Information Overload
Hiring and Retiring Anew
Leadership Legacy Matters
A Referendum Battle
What Have You Crossed Off Your (Personal or Professional) Bucket List?
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ICMA congratulates the recipients of the 2014 awards! For information on the ICMA Local Government Excellence Awards and the 2014...
Life is a series of negotiations. While we may realize this in theory, we probably don’t realize how often it applies in practice. The notion...
Does anyone have a specific policy or protocol for receiving public feedback on programs that are presented by the staff (primarily Library, Museums, Senior Programs)? This includes methods for receiving feedback, when it is mandated, etc.
How has your jurisdiction organized its public works, transportation, capital projects, facilities and engineering functions? Do you use a decentralized or centralized approach? What has your experience been with that type of structure? Do you a have large service department...
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