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 »
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 »
Government agencies face common training obstacles. Read how the FHWA used a new learning management system to overcome those obstacles.
At the end of the day, you want to offer the best, most appropriate training for your audience and you want to be sure that the time and effort you’ve put into designing the awesome content doesn’t fall on deaf ears.
By Christine Burke, originally posted on the GovLoop blog If you’re a government trainer, you’ve probably heard a million and one excuses why people aren’t starting or completing your training courses. And while you can’t force everyone to do what you want (unless it’s required training), there could be several aspects of your course that… Read more »
Originally posted by Andrew Krzmarzick on the GovLoop Blog. Learning Management Systems (LMS) are only growing in popularity. In fact, according to Docebo’s E-Learning Market Trends and Forecast report, the global LMS market is estimated to grow by 23% between 2017 and 2018. This strong growth can be partly attributed to the strong technological advancements… Read more »
Originally posted by Kristin Markham on GovLoop October 2015, the month and year Marty McFly visited the future. If you’ve seen any “Back to the Future” movies you may recall the future having flying cars, hoverboards, and even self-tying shoes. While you may not have any of those futuristic inventions lying around at home, they actually exist.… Read more »