When a service member is injured during combat, the first priority is to get him or her to the best medical care facility and reunited with their loved ones to start the recovery process. But what if that service member is based out of San Diego and has to spend months recovering in Maryland? In… Read more »
What will you learn at the Granicus National Summit on April 3rd in Washington, DC? After our jam-packed morning with government panel discussions, best practices and a keynote by Mitchell Weiss, Professor of Management Practice in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School and lunch, you’ll get the chance to deep-dive into topics of… Read more »
The Granicus National Summit is taking place in Washington, DC in less than a month on April 3rd. For one day, more than 1,000 government employees will join best practices sessions, hear case studies from more than 10 of their peers across federal, state and local government and get inspired to create better lives for… Read more »
Clerks are the unsung heroes of the public sector. They help file and manage important records, ensure elections are conducted fairly and accurately and record public meetings for transparency. Government would have a hard time functioning without them. To learn more about one of the most important roles in local government, Granicus hosted a webinar,… Read more »
Every spring, we bring together public sector employees in Washington, D.C. for the Granicus National Summit. Last year, more than 500 government employees from over 35 federal, state and local organizations attended the Summit and participated in inspiring discussions, hands-on breakout sessions and networking opportunities. This year’s Summit is taking place on April 3 from… Read more »
As part of Granicus’ 2018 World Tour, we are hosting several free learning and networking events for public sector employees across the US and UK. At each tour stop, we’ll bring together your peers from federal, state and local public sector organizations to share their experience in topics including channel shift, transforming the citizen experience… Read more »
In 1728, the world’s first long-distance learning experience was established in Boston with written lessons sent back-and-forth from teachers to students via mail. Fast forward to the modern era of remote learning: today, 98 percent of colleges and universities offer online courses for students. At GovDelivery, we’re transforming learning for the public sector — whether… Read more »
How do we drive audience attendance at GovDelivery? Here are five tips we’ve learned along the way.
When you think of online learning experiences in government, you probably think of static slides that you click through or videos with a droning moderator. But that doesn’t have to be the case. GovDelivery’s 2016 Digital Communications Workshop explored unique tactics to build truly engaging digital experiences in government.
Three current and actionable learning trends that digital communicators can take advantage of to get their messages to more citizens.