Accountability and Performance Weekly – January 28- February 3

Performance Management
OMB Nominee Needs to Understand Creating a ‘High-Performing’ Workforce Won’t Be Easy
Howard Risher, Government Executive
Rep. Mick Mulvaney wants to do a better job of rewarding top employees and holding poor performers accountable.

Moving Toward a Better Future for Measurement
Rhonda Evans, Gabriel Kasper, and Tony Siesfeld, Stanford Social Innovation Review
How can monitoring, evaluation, and learning become even more powerful tools for social sector leaders?

Don’t Look to Trump to Overhaul the Bureaucracy
Paul Light, Government Executive
The real action will be on the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue.

How agencies can take a page out of industry’s open playbooks
David Egts, Federal Computer Week
To truly innovate, government must holistically consider a combination of people, processes and technology.

Innovation and Scaling for Impact: How Effective Social Enterprises Do It
Christian Seelos and Johanna Mair, Stanford Social Innovation Review
How organizations can more systematically consider the implications of the environments in which they work.

Open Government
What’s Up With the Office of Management and Budget Website?
Frank Konkel, Nextgov
Currently, the integral agency—a repository for memoranda issued by the executive branch—is also without a website.

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