The Minnesota Rising 2014 Un/Conference: The Future Is How
will be held on Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 10:00AM – 4:30PM at the DLR Group offices in Minneapolis, MN. Hosted by and for emerging leaders, the Un/Conference will engage emerging leaders across Minnesota in an energizing day of innovative learning and dialogue, skill-building, and network-building with their peers!
We're pleased to place a spotlight on the 2014 sponsors and supporters that are making this year's Un/Conference possible! Below, we highlight tomorrow's Hamline School of Business event, "Performance Metrics," the first in their premier 2014-2015 Insights & Trends workshops. See below for more details and to register!
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Session I: Performance Metrics
October 23, 2014
How many excellent plans have been made and forgotten because of failure to execute? This Insights & Trends seminar will focus on the development and use of performance metrics as a method to spotlight and prioritize strategic objectives. This workshop style session will deliver hands-on and real-world examples of leveraging performance metrics to facilitate action. We will help you to learn how to develop performance metrics that will strongly support your strategic plan, and align your organization behind your highest priorities - without overwhelming your team.
Nathan Burkett, MPA '09, Aitkin County Administrator
Tim Houle, Crow Wing County Administrator
Tony Murphy, Rice County Administrator
Time: 9 a.m. - noon, registration and continental breakfast open at 8:30 a.m.
Cost: $50 per session
Hamline's Center for Public Administration and Leadership (CPAL) is dedicated to the continuing education and professional development of public administrators.
Insights and Trends is a premier seminar series brings that leading voices in public administration to public service professionals for a concentrated half-day seminar to share their expertise on issues of key importance. The timely and relevant topics of the seminar series will address issues impacting our cities and counties.
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