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Category: Crisis Management

New Realities & Aha Moments

This article was written by Melissa McCoy, City of Dodge City, Assistant City Manager/Public Affairs. Melissa wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort. Connect with Melissa by email. My name is Melissa McCoy and I live in the queen of the Cow towns, … Continued

Leave Time to Breathe – Planning Ahead, and Consciously Abandoning

This article was written by Jessica VanderKolk, Communications Manager for the City of Battle Creek. Jessica wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort. Connect with Jessica on email, Twitter, or LinkedIn. I am Jessica VanderKolk, Communications Manager for the City of Battle … Continued

Final Words on The Crisis Management Cohort

This article was written by Douglas Imaralu, Hatfield Resident Fellow at City of Portland Budget Office CBO. Mr. Imaralu wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here.  I’m Mr. Imaralu, a Hatfield Fellow/Analyst with the City of Portland’s Budget Office. Below are … Continued

End of the Cohort, Time to Implement

This article was written by Inga Cushman, City of Milton, WI; Administrative Services Director. Inga wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Inga on LinkedIn.  As the Administrative Services Director for the City of Milton (a small community in … Continued

Before Deciding… Take a Breath

This article was written by Lindsey Bineau, Budget & Management Analyst at the City of Durham, North Carolina. Lindsey wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Lindsey on LinkedIn.  My name is Lindsey Bineau and I am a Budget … Continued

Cohort Musings

This article was written by Kristie Weaver, Parks Director, City of Hurst, Texas. Kristie wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Kristie on Email or LinkedIn.  Hi! I’m Kristie Weaver, Parks Director for the City of Hurst, Texas. After … Continued

What Matters

This article was written by Jane Marie Ford, Principal Financial & Policy Analyst at the City of Portland. Jane Marie wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Jane on Email. I’m a Principal Financial & Policy Analyst at the … Continued

Four Lessons that Stick With Me

This article was written by Stephen (Steve) Gushue, City of Mesa – Fiscal Analyst for Environmental Management & Sustainability. Steve wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Steve on LinkedIn or Twitter. Hello, I am Stephen Gushue, and I … Continued

Danger and Opportunity

This article was written by Georges Pichard, Fellow at @GBLabs. Georges wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Georges on LinkedIn or Email. Hello ELGL! My name is Georges Pichard; I am a fellow with @GBLabs, a new government innovation … Continued

Crisis Management Cohort Summary

This article was written by Matt Feryan, City of Grapevine, Texas – Emergency Management Coordinator. Matt wrote this article as part of the Crisis Management Cohort with Drucker Institute. Read all the articles from the cohort here. Connect with Matt on LinkedIn, Email, or Twitter. Hello ELGL.  I’m Matt Feryan, an emergency management professional in … Continued

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