If I had a dollar for every time I heard, “we do it different here” during a federal project kick-off meeting, well…I would have about twenty or thirty bucks, but that’s not my point. The point is you don’t do it differently! Human nature is human nature and given similar constraints, regulations, policies and procedures, the outcomes will be similar. Beyond the obvious irony in nearly all organizations declaring their uniqueness, I am struck by the actual similarities of the problems.
The session was run by Andrew Woodward from App 21 on the usefulness of (and strategies for) successfully operating a Center of Excellence within an organization. For those that have never had the pleasure of actively participating in the evangelizing/educating/promoting of technology in reshaping workforce processes, Centers of Excellence serve as visible and real recognition by organizational leadership on the commitment of the investment. In other words, they help put weight behind the words.
If you are a strong, motivated technical professional and are looking for the following:
- The ability to work on the latest and greatest technologies and projects
- The chance to work with the Best of the Best within the industry
- The opportunity to join an innovative, dynamic, collaborative work environment
Then why not take a look at AIS?
But occasionally we can put together case studies and project descriptions, so if you’re curious about the sort of work the AIS Federal team does, please check them out below.