Duration: 60 minutes
Finding enough time in your workday can be a serious problem. As government employees, we never have enough time to get everything done. We call this the “innovators paradox.” You must make time to create time in your day.
By incorporating simple, process management techniques, you will find ways to get your time back and get more accomplished.
In this session, government efficiency and innovation expert, Brian Elms, explains how to use a few tools, hacks, and techniques to help you find — and remedy — inefficiencies in your own work.
You will learn:
- How to find opportunities in simple processes
- Why your daily work is the most important work
- How to look for patterns
- What to go after first
Brian Elms – Government Efficiency and Innovation Expert
Brian Elms is the author of Peak Performance and an Urban Leadership Fellow at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He served as the Director of Peak Academy and Analytics for the City and County of Denver for more than five years. Brian specializes in government innovation and process improvement providing management expertise to government agencies, elected officials, and nonprofits.
Brian is also the CEO and Founder of Change Agents Training to focus on creating employee-driven innovation programs around the country. He is currently working with more than a dozen governments to launch programs and establish meaningful innovation programs that improve the lives of employees and their clients.