Best Places to Work Snapshot: Achieving a Culture of Innovation
Publication Date: 07/23/2012
Publication Topics: Attitudes Toward Government Service, Innovation
Publication Type: Issue Briefs, White Papers and Snapshots
Given today's budgetary constraints, federal employees and their agencies are being asked to deliver more with fewer resources, and this means that innovation will be a critical factor for achieving improved performance. Is our federal government innovative? Which agencies are innovating and which are struggling?
To gain insight into how the government and its employees are responding to this need for change, the Partnership's latest Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® analysis examines the views of federal workers toward innovation in the workplace. It also pinpoints from the employee perspective which agencies are innovating and which are struggling.
"Achieving a Culture of Innovation" is a Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® Snapshot, made possible by generous support from Deloitte.
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