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17 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
Where's Kecia? with Michael Horn
In this extended-play episode and companion to the Converge cover story on The Evolving Institution, Kecia talks with Michael Horn, Chief Strategy Officer with the education technology studio Entangled Ventures. Read the cover story and see the brand new Converge site at www.centerdigitaled.com
6 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
Where's Kecia? Episode IV : CoSN CEO Keith Krueger
CDE sat down with Chief Executive Officer of CoSN, Keith Krueger to discuss reflections and advocacy efforts from the annual CoSN conference. Catch up with Keith and Kecia on this episode of #whereskecia. Krueger is CEO of CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking), a nonprofit organization that serves as the voice of K-12 school system technology leaders in North America. CoSN’s mission to empower educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments.
0 minutes | Mar 9, 2018
From SXSW: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf thanks Tom Cochran, CEO of US Conference of Mayors CEO
4 minutes | Mar 7, 2018
Where's Kecia? Episode IV - AR + The Moth @SXSWEDU with Cynthia Brictson
3 minutes | Mar 7, 2018
Where's Kecia? Episode III - VR @SXSWEDU with Dr. Sue Kessler
3 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
Where's Kecia? Episode II - Safe Schools and Title IV
44 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
The First of the 10 Laws of Government Sales and Marketing
In the first of an occasional series of podcasts from e.Republic Market Insights that breakdown each of the 10 Laws of Government Sales and Marketing. On this episode, e.Republic's Vice President of Research Joe Morris is joined by Teri Takai, Executive Director of e.Republic's Center for Digital Government (CDG and Richard McKinney, a CDG Senior Fellow with extensive executive experience in both public and private sector. Download the 10 Laws ebook from e.Republic Market Insights at http://bit.ly/2HOykZY
5 minutes | Jan 30, 2018
Where's Kecia? Debut Episode - Professional Development for the C-Suite
The winds of public sentiment seem to have shifted to cast skepticism on public school officials who leave their districts to attend workshops, round tables and seminars throughout the country. Here, on the debut of the Where's Kecia? podcast, Kecia discusses the intrinsic value of these opportunities to gather with colleagues from points all over America to compare notes and to benefit from their collective experiences leading their districts.
28 minutes | Jan 29, 2018
Stampy and other HR Stories with Jordan Dullea, talent acquisition project manager, Denver
This is Chapter 18, an additional installment to the Peak Performance book, that takes the form of interview between Peak author Brian Elms and Jordan Dullea, a talent acquisition project manager in HR with the City and County of Denver. Dullea introduces us to the HR mascot: Stampy, an illustrated elephant on brown construction paper with a multicolor patchwork of felt. In 2016, recruiters in the HR department had taken a training at the Denver Peak Academy, a city program that teaches graduates how to save time and money without sacrificing quality. They learn a variety of tools -- often using construction paper, sticky notes and permanent markers -- for mapping out a dysfunctional process and eliminating wasteful steps.
44 minutes | Nov 2, 2017
Virtual Briefing with City of San Diego’s CIO
55 minutes | Oct 11, 2017
Techwire Virtual Briefing: Louis Carr, Jr., CIO, City of Los Angeles
71 minutes | Sep 15, 2017
Techwire Virtual Briefing: 3 CIOs weigh in on tech, RFPs and vendors
Cybersecurity, economies of scale and recruiting/retention are among the challenges facing California’s county governments, three CIOs agreed Thursday during a Techwire virtual briefing.
19 minutes | Mar 31, 2017
O31 [PREVIEW] Mayor Mick Cornett's Big Dreamin' Oklahoma City
The four term mayor describes his city as "a faith-based community that works hard and dreams big"
16 minutes | Mar 7, 2017
O30 [PREVIEW] Mayor Greg Fischer's Compassionate Louisville - Part II
14 minutes | Mar 7, 2017
O29 [PREVIEW] Mayor Greg Fischer's Compassionate Louisville - Part I
57 minutes | Nov 10, 2016
028 Governing's 2016 Post Election Briefing
Governing editors and political writers offer analysis of the state and local election results from the 2016 general election - with particular attention to Republican gains in governors' offices and state legislatures, plus a breakdown of key ballot initiatives. They also look forward to prospects and priorities for the 2018 midterms and even the 2020 general election. Zach Patton, Governing 's Executive Editor, moderates a discussion among: Alan Greenblatt, Staff Writer, Governing Lou Jacobson, Senior Correspondent, PolitiFact and regular Governing contributor Caroline Cournoyer, Senior Editor, Governing
42 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
027 Living for the City: Creating and Sustaining Public Entrepreneurs
The third in a special series of three pop-up podcasts that capture key learnings from Philadelphia, Louisville, and Nashville - the first three cities to graduate from the City Accelerator.
25 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
026 Living for the City: Learning from Philadelphia, Louisville, and Nashville
The second in a special series of three pop-up podcasts that capture key learnings from Philadelphia, Louisville, and Nashville - the first three cities to graduate from the City Accelerator.
17 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
025 Living for the City: Embedding a Culture of Innovation in Local Government
The first in a special series of three pop-up podcasts that capture key learnings from Philadelphia, Louisville, and Nashville - the first three cities to graduate from the City Accelerator.
7 minutes | Aug 23, 2016
024 - Going Digital in Small and Mid Sized Cities
Host Dustin Haisler speaks with Kristi Wyatt, Director of Communications and Intergovernmental Relations for the City of San Marcos,
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