When it comes to deciding what platform or service you want to use, making the right choice can be a hard decision. There are a number of things to consider during the purchasing process such as costs, the reliability of the platform, where your data is held, its features and more. If you work in … Continue reading 5 Most Important Security Measures For Government When Choosing a Platform
As the regulation and enforcement role continues to evolve, professionals are expected to achieve more with fewer resources on a tighter time frame. Regulators are turning to tools and technology to achieve more effective outcomes. Here are five set to transform the space: Are you looking for other ways you can increase the efficiency of … Continue reading Five Tools to Strengthen Investigations & Enforcement
Your beliefs and opinions are based on years of experience and objective analysis, making them rational, logical and impartial – right? Even the best of us tend to see the world through glasses forged from our past experiences and allow our preconceptions to dictate our reactions to various scenarios. Cognitive biases affect the way we … Continue reading 5 Cognitive Biases affecting your Communication Plan
“Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.” – Mr Spock, Star Trek II Mr Spock and Captain James Tiberius Kirk from Star Trek remains one of the most iconic partnerships in TV history and their relationship demonstrates the opportunities presented when CFOs and CEOs work collaboratively for … Continue reading Why Star Trek’s Mr Spock is the ideal CFO
The best methods for measuring success have long been debated, particularly in government where outcomes are often associated with social and economic betterment which are more difficult to gauge. As a result, agencies often construct their KPIs based on outputs rather than outcomes. For example, measures of success are based on deadlines and quantitative output. One … Continue reading The 8 Steps for Best Practice Performance Measurement
Measuring success remains one of the management processes both public and private sector organisations struggle with, however government faces a unique set of challenges creating a difficult environment to measure outcomes in their truest form. The majority of agencies default to measuring output which, while important, does not accurately portray success. Stacey Barr, Performance Measure … Continue reading Government Measures Up: Outcomes vs Outputs
“Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it.” – Patrick McKenzie A good developer is a good problem solver. While programming is arguably a creative exercise of creating something out of nothing, for it to take flight the programmer must first overcome a … Continue reading Can you crack the code?