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Webinar: The 3 Types of Government Work & Why You Need to Know the Difference

Atlassian, Public Sector

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If you work for a government agency, you won't want to miss Atlassian's webinar this Wednesday, December 9th at 10:00 AM PST / 1:00 PM EST. In this informative event, The 3 Types of Government Work, and Why You Need to Know the Difference, a panel of five experts (from a variety of backgrounds in the public sector) will discuss the different types of work frequently seen in government agencies:

  • Work Management
  • Project Management
  • Complex Program Management

The panelists will address how understanding the difference between each work type is imperative for state and local governments to operate efficiently. They will also delve into how each of these require different mindsets, skillsets, methodologies, and processes.

Other topics to be discussed include:

  • Best practices and smart tools for managing tasks, projects, and complicated programs
  • How better management improves operations and outcomes
  • How the right methodology and the right understanding of work is effective whether your team is in the office or working remotely

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We have a special place in our heart for this webinar, because one of the panelists just so happens to be Mark Mitchell, the former Mayor of Tempe, Arizona (which is where Isos hangs its hat). Mark is working with our company right now on our SLED (State & Local Government + Education) initiatives, and we can say without reservation that he really knows his stuff when it comes to effectively working within the government.

If you work in the public sector, this webinar will help you identify if you have the right tools and processes in place for effective work and project management. Don't miss it!

We hope to see you there!

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