CALL FOR ARTICLES
Trust is a major facet of the relationship between citizens and government. Citizens have expectations of service delivery and trust that government officials and managers will provide. In January, the online version of PA TIMES will discuss ways that organizations and government agencies can promote integrity and ethical behavior at an individual and organizational level. ASPA has a new code of ethics and an Ethics committee to help educate its members and public servants about ethical behavior. We invite articles that discuss the issue of ethics, integrity and public service. Send your articles to email@example.com to be considered. We will consider all submissions through January.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
Social media, once a buzz word, has now become ingrained in our vernacular. It seems that every industry makes attempts to take advantage of what social media can offer. Read more.
2014: A YEAR OF CHALLENGES, A YEAR TO CELEBRATE, A YEAR TO RECOMMIT TO PUBLIC SERVICE
2014 was a special year. We end this year with recurring challenges in the national dialogue. Race, justice and public safety have re-emerged in light of controversial grand jury decisions. Read more.
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MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM THE ROAD - No matter what holidays you celebrate or don’t, the weeks between mid-December and Jan. 1 can be harried, hurried and inhospitable. Read on.
KEEPING BALANCE IN THE CHANGING WORKPLACE - After about 40 years of observing many workplace cultures, I have to ask how much effort do we entail to create a productive environment. Read more.
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