How to Win the Government Talent War

How to Win the Government Talent War

State and federal government employees are expected to retire in droves over the next few years. According to the Office of Personnel Management, 45 percent of current federal employees are age 50 and older. This comes as Millennials (born between 1980 and 1994) are...
Bridging Generational Differences in the Workplace

Bridging Generational Differences in the Workplace

Thoughts on how corporations and government agencies can bridge the differences between multiple workplace generations. In my CEO networking groups, I keep hearing frustrations about how Generation X employees don’t work well with Millennials or Baby Boomers. Or when...
How to Choose Government Competency Management Technology

How to Choose Government Competency Management Technology

Avilar President, Tom Grobicki, shares his insight on what matters most to government agencies when choosing a competency management system. I’m often asked whether competency management systems for commercial entities work well for government organizations too. The...
How to Unleash the Power of Competencies

How to Unleash the Power of Competencies

Here is just one example of how the U.S. Air Force is unleashing the power of competencies for strategic decisions. The U.S. Air Force is facing a pilot shortage. By fiscal 2016, the service was more than 1,500 pilots short. With 1,600 pilots eligible to separate from...