via How I Hire: Be a Specialist, But Don't Stay in a Silo | Bruce Katz | LinkedIn.
Tomorrow’s College and Today’s (Kevin Carey), Review by Juda Bellin, Manhattan Institute
Interfaith Leader to Speak at Spring Commencement Ceremony | VOICE Online
via Interfaith Leader to Speak at Spring Commencement Ceremony | VOICE Online.
How a Genius Place-making Experiment Rescued the Failing City of Zaragoza–Sustainable Cities Collective
Gentrification Without the Negative in Columbus Ohio, The Atlantic Magazine
The War Between Energy Utilities and Rooftop Solar, by Len Rosen
What is local government's role in this growing conversation? This issue, if it hasn't already, is coming to your town soon! http://www.wfs.org/blogs/len-rosen/war-between-energy-utilities-and-rooftop-solar
Latinos and African Americans: Shared experiences, shared solutions, by Maria E. Enchautegui
We as public administrators must continue to be aware of the incremental changes in the communities we serve. Does each governmental agency need to reassess its core function? Now more than ever before the silos of responsibility need to be questioned in order to develop stronger intersectional networks between institutional, non-profit and governmental agencies. http://www.urban.org/urban-wire/latinos-and-african-americans-shared-experiences-shared-solutions
ASPA–Southern California Chapter Annual Awards Luncheon
98% Think Local Government Is Boring* – Emerging Local Government Leaders Network
via 98% Think Local Government Is Boring* - Emerging Local Government Leaders Network. From my nearly 40 years of experience in and around government, this is the absolute truth. My wife and I were invited to a luncheon at a friends house not to long ago when our hostess made the comment to some at... Continue Reading →
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