Management Concepts: The Next Evolution
- Knowledge sharing
- Targeting the workforce to Millennials
- An ever-increasing focus on data-driven decisions
The Federal government is expected to make advances in these key issues in FY16 as its workforce continues to shift from administrative to technical work and meet the demands of our digital age.
As a 42 year old company, we too have been required to evolve in order to stay relevant and serve our customers. You may know us for the library of more than 300 off-the shelf training courses; it is the foundation of the company. But we are so much more. You can receive training five different ways including several different eLearning approaches. We’ve also added People and Performance Consulting to our offerings because clients increasingly want our help driving outcomes and that requires a disciplined approach to diagnose root causes and tailor solutions.
We are proud of our long history and our ability to meet the changing needs of the Federal workforce. The one constant has been our definition of success. We want to have a meaningful impact on the way our clients think and operate. We love to tell stories about how the combination of our training and consulting made a difference in people’s lives or helped a Federal agency better achieve its missions.
Our work is never done. New faces in government and changing work requirements necessitate a well-rounded, highly effective and efficient workforce equipped to address tomorrow’s issues, changes, and developments. If you think of us a “training company” it may be time to see how far we have come. Here is a link to our website where you will find in addition to training courses, coaching, mentoring, succession planning, collaboration services, custom content development, human capital support that drives agency performance, and more.
What’s next? We see culture in government playing a vital and critical role in employee engagement and performance – which ultimately determines agency success in the short and long term. Building a culture where employees give their discretionary energy, feel like their individual efforts serve the mission and vision of the agency, and thrive in a positive and collaborative environment is key to success in a changing work environment. Our focus in 2016 will be on using the powerful lever of positive “Culture in Government” to help change the way the government does business. If you want to be part of the conversation on culture, click here to share your contact information.
There’s a lot coming from Management Concepts in FY16, including a whole new look for the website in the coming months. Stay tuned.