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Participate in a More Innovative Government

Contributed by Maddie Scott Many people and organizations turn to innovation when their current methods of problem solving go stale. Frequently, that is too late. What if you could incorporate innovative tactics and ideas from the start instead of waiting for a compelling event to inspire change? Scrapping the familiar way you always do something can be scary and time consuming but we think it’s completely worth it. Many times we are faced with answering questions such as “How do you know if the outcome will be any different after innovation?” or “Why bother taking a risk in doing something new?” My response to both of these questions is that you are going to be left behind if you don’t take a careful look at innovation opportunities today. How Can You Get Started? Many Government agencies do not have the luxury of deciding which problems they will address versus ignore. Approaching new problems with an innovation lens advances our customers towards new levels of success. Here are... Read More »

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Our Top 5 Blog Posts Worth a Second Read from 2016

Contributed by Adam Boggess Here is a look back at our top 5 blog posts in 2016. We discuss how to create a strong strategic vision for your organization, how to make your IT initiatives... Read More »

Cross Assets Prioritization is Here to Stay

Contributed by Michael Rahm Hit the target, get rewarded. Miss the target, well, there are going to be consequences. We’re all familiar with this model, but in many cases, hitting the target... Read More »

IT Planning: When are “Costs” Actually the Costs?

Contributed by John Saaty IT planning is quickly evolving with solutions that provide greater cost transparency and attribution. This is a good thing. For years (decades?), the IT organization has... Read More »

On to the Playoff!

Contributed by Bela Barner Well, that settled it. Two weeks ago, we at Decision Lens were intrigued by the prospect of two potential upsets in conference championship games that threatened to... Read More »

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