December 2014 - Volume 96 - Number 11
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This article demonstrates the strategies to consider for integrating social equity into local government activities.
Enrich Your Community by Hosting International Professionals
Good Places to Live
Manage Like a Futurist
Turn Your Retreat Into Excellence
Responding to an Ethical Crisis
What's One Thing Your Job Doesn't Allow You to Do That You Wish You Could Do?
Getting More Done
Cigna Study Tracks Short-Term Disability Claims
Moment in History
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An intergenerational community is one that values both youth and older adults.
It is important to note the role pension and other public funds play in infrastructure investment.
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In today's economy, organizations must be “on” 24/7. Yet this scramble for perpetual performance is taking a harsh toll on employees.
I am seeking strategies and ideas for affecting development of vacant space above retail establishments in a city's downtown. Currently this space is dormant I am wondering if there are strategies a local government may pursue to accelerate the...
I work a mid-size, full service city (approximately 1,000 employees). At any time a resident can request public documents from any department. There is no coordination amongst departments or a clearinghouse of sorts for public records requests, which...
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