Jitinder Kohli describes the four initial steps that agencies should take to promote innovation.
Jitinder Kohli describes how government agencies should develop plans to promote a culture of innovation.
Video Jitinder Kohli talks about the importance of increasing diversity in the highest levels of government.
Jitinder Kohli discusses the role leaders must play to build an innovation culture in their agencies, encouraging calculated risk taking and challenging traditional approaches.
Traditional budgeting, lack of incentives, and agency failure to follow through on rhetoric are all significant barriers to government innovation, writes Jitinder Kohli in this week’s installment.
Report Jitinder Kohli, John Gans, and James Hairston on the need for action to address the diversity gap in the Senior Executive Service.
This is the first installment of a new weekly column on government innovation produced by CAP’s Doing What Works team in partnership with the Bellwether Education Partners and the Young Foundation, as part of the “Innovation for the Public Good” series.
John Griffith and Jitinder Kohli call on Congress and the White House to jointly support a comprehensive, results-oriented review of the federal budget.
The Center for American Progress has developed a performance review process that helps the government undertake a systematic review of spending programs and tax expenditures.
Issue Brief Harrison Wellford, Jitinder Kohli, and James Hairston on six lessons about executive reorganization the Obama administration could learn from the Carter era.
James Hairston and Jitinder Kohli discuss how agencywide town halls at HUD improve communication, connect offices across the country, and hold senior leadership accountable.
James Hairston and Jitinder Kohli discuss how a worker-recognition initiative at HUD can and should be replicated governmentwide.
William Eggers, John Griffith, and Jitinder Kohli explain how to design new successful government programs.
Jitinder Kohli applauds the president’s decision to act this year to ensure the federal government operates effectively and efficiently.
Issue Brief Jitinder Kohli and Jordan Eizenga examine the government’s ability to make policy and implement programs that promote competitiveness, and present four options for government reorganization.