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Posted by on Aug 5, 2020

The Responsibility-Authority Dilemma — and the Cure

The Responsibility-Authority Dilemma — and the Cure

For decades, project managers have lamented that they have “all this responsibility and no authority.” The tragedy is that they do have authority, but not the type that they would like. Project managers would love to be able to put themselves at the top of the organization chart. The glory. The clout. The ability to […]

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Posted by on Jul 30, 2020

Association of Government Accountants Professional Development Training 2020

Association of Government Accountants Professional Development Training 2020

As in years past, Management Concepts attended and exhibited at the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Professional Development Training (PDT), but this year was unlike any other, featuring a fully virtual event complete with a virtual expo hall. The energy level was high with inspiration and motivation exuded by keynote speakers and informative breakouts. Throughout […]

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Posted by on Jul 29, 2020

FEW Virtual Leadership Summit: Passing the Torch and Leading the Way

FEW Virtual Leadership Summit: Passing the Torch and Leading the Way

For the sixth consecutive year, Management Concepts was proud to be an Emerald Sponsor of the Federally Employed Women (FEW) National Training Program (NTP), which was held virtually for the first time July 20-24, 2020. This year, we had the pleasure of working with FEW’s National Award Chair, Jeri Peterson, and FEW President, Karen Rainey. […]

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Posted by on Jul 29, 2020

The Power of Storytelling for Building Inclusive Environments

The Power of Storytelling for Building Inclusive Environments

A lot of organizations have struggled to figure out how to make diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training lead to sustainable behavior change. What we typically find is that mandatory, compliance-based training doesn’t necessarily work. People need to see the value of the training for themselves and others, not be told they must “or else.” […]

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