The Innovation Lab is a one-day event that provides hands-on training in a new tool to improve organizational effectiveness.
Participants will learn to use design thinking to develop innovative solutions to community issues and/or to improve service delivery. Design thinking is a problem-solving method that unpacks complex issues by defining users and their needs and leads to an optimal...
The webinar serices will provide a high level overview of topics that are of interest to local government officials in a wide range of areas. The programs will be offered live on October 27 and October 29 and will be available on demand shortly thereafter. During the live programs, time will be reserved for each presenter to respond to questions submitted by participants.
Now that the North Carolina General Assembly has adjourned the 2015 legislative session, the School of Government is preparing for our annual local government legislative update webinar series. Faculty members have been monitoring proposed legislation and are in the process of preparing updates in their areas of expertise. The webinar serices will provide a high level overview of topics that...
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Now that the North Carolina General Assembly has adjourned the 2015 legislative session, the School of Government is preparing for our annual local government legislative update webinar series. Faculty members have been monitoring proposed legislation and are preparing updates in their areas of...
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County and Municipal Government in North Carolina
Overview of Trends / 246
Chief Information Officers and Professional Staff / 246
Enterprise IT Investments and Performance Metrics / 248
Performance Measurement and Management / 249
Enterprise Approaches to IT Investments / 249
Traditional Business Case Metrics / 250
Additional Value-Based Performance...
The CGCIO Certification Program is a 12-month course that lays the foundation for assessing and addressing some of the most critical issues facing IT leadership in the public sector. The purpose of this program is to equip leaders with the requisite tools to manage and improve their organizational technology assets. Participants will address major topics including IT governance, project...
UNC School of Government faculty members Kara Millonzi and Shannon Tufts will lead a program for those compelled to research, retrieve and review electronic information across multiple platforms and repositories. The program will answer questions of concerns to local governments, including:What are the unique burdens and obligations on local units when responding to public records...
This webinar will highlight trends and best practices for public sector information technology professionals. We will discuss emerging social networking tools, the impact of Web 2.0 on the public sector, and the latest security threats and protections that you should consider. Utilizing the webinar format, you will be able to meet your training needs while eliminating the cost of travel for...
This course is of interest to local government information technology professionals, managers, elected officials and other line staff. It will be held in conjunction with CGCIO course's May content. The curriculum will align with the CGCIO class materials. It is open to CGCIO alumni and NCLGISA members.
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