Category: Institutional Knowledge Project

Institutional Knowledge with Peter Lydens, Part 1

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. About Me: Jacob Johnson, #InstitutionalKnowledge Project Coordinator Peter … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Daniel Jones, Part 2

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. About Me: Jacob Johnson, #InstitutionalKnowledge Project Coordinator Previously: Institutional … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Daniel Jones, Part 1

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. Former Fire Chief of Chapel Hill, North Carolina … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Lew Quigley, Part 2

In the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. As a part of this project, I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet some … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Lew Quigley, Part 1

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. As a part of this project, I have had the wonderful … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Cal Horton, Part 2

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. Part I As a part of this project, I have had … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Cal Horton, Part 1

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, I have had … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Bill Monahan, Part 2

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. Former City Manager of Milwaukie, OR & Tigard, … Continued

Institutional Knowledge with Bill Monahan, Part 1

As a part of the Institutional Knowledge project, we are recording the wisdom and experience of retiring and retired leaders in local government. If you know someone who could add something to this project, let me know! You can reach out to me on Twitter/ LinkedIn or send me an email. Cities of Milwaukie, OR and Tigard, OR … Continued

About Me: Jacob Johnson, #InstitutionalKnowledge Project Coordinator

Meet Jacob Johnson, ELGL’s new project coordinator for the #InstitutionalKnowledge project. As part of this project, we’re interviewing retired or soon-to-retire local government pros about their careers, lessons learned, and perspectives on the future of local government. Hi, I’m Jacob! I am currently studying as an undergraduate in English at Brigham Young University in Provo, … Continued

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