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Call for Submission of Institute Case Study Ideas

  • 14 February 2017

The Institute Planning Committee is working to identify two "live case studies" related to the Institute theme, the Velocity of Change. The case  studies will drawn from real-world experiences that outline complex and relevant situations that any member of NASCA may encounter. 


The case studies play an integral role in the Institute, acting as a catalyst for discussion and providing a reference point that enables participants to apply the lessons from the Institute to their own experience. Leadership for a Networked World and NASCA are encouraging members to apply to having their work featured as a case study.  Case study submissions can  feature a state or private sector partner that is doing one of the following:

  • Leveraging the new speed of change to provide better service at a lower cost
  • Using data/analytics/platforms to bring speed and agility to government operations
  • Managing the political environment to align stakeholders on the pace of change
  • Realigning a state's workforce and culture to operate at a new pace
  • Establishing new incentives to help pace change
  • And other ideas on harnessing the new velocity of change!

Go here to read more about the 2017 theme and submit your case study idea. Please note submissions do not need to be extremely detailed - a couple of sentences would suffice. The team from LNW Harvard will then follow up with your state for a brief phone call for more information. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Razor or Lauren Hirshon

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