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National Performance Review
REINVENTION EXPRESS Calendar
November 12, 1996
An Information Sheet for Federal Communicators, Managers, Workers, and
Their Partners--Pass It On
NOVEMBER 14: FREE INTERNET/INTRANET WORKSHOP
The National Performance Review and the Government Information
Technology Services Board invite you to a free workshop, "Transactions
Online," on Nov. 14 from 9-11 a.m. Speakers include LeAnn Oliver and
Donna Clark from the Small Business Administration, and Bruce Carter
from Social Security. The workshop is targeted for federal technology
managers and their staffs, but all federal employees may attend. The
location is Highway 1, 601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, North Bldg, Level
P1, in Washington, DC. The nearest Metro stop is Archives or Judiciary
Square. We will accept walk-ins, but it's better to pre-register.
Contact Karen Freeman at (202) 632-0408 or e- mail:
NOVEMBER 18-20: GOAL/QPC'S ANNUAL CONFERENCE
GOAL/PC's Annual Conference is November 18-20 in Orlando, FL. The
theme is "Lessons from Leaders: Building Adaptive Organizations to
Thrive in Turbulent Markets." Participants will hear presentations on
quality success stories from many sectors, including military,
government, education, and health care. For more information, call
NOVEMBER 18-20: STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR GOVERNMENT
The 5th National Conference on Strategic Planning for Government:
Complying with the Government Performance and Results Act will be Nov.
18-20 in Washington, DC at the Doubletree Hotel. It features case
studies from NASA, Social Security, Army Armament Research,
Development and Engineering Center (1996 President's Quality Award
winner), and the Department of Defense. For information, call (800)
420-2145 or visit this Web site: http://www.iqpc.com. The hotel number
is (202) 232-7000.
NOVEMBER 19-20: FIRST ANNUAL FALL BENCHMARKING CONFERENCE
The Interagency Benchmarking and Best Practices Council and the
National Performance Review invite federal employees to a conference
November 19-20 in the Howell Auditorium at the Defense Systems
Management College at Fort Belvoir, VA. It's free! Keynote speaker is
Elaine Kamarck, Senior Policy Advisor to the Vice President. For
information visit the Web site, http://www.va.gov/fedsbest/index.htm,
or call S.G. Fenwick at (202) 586-8974.
DECEMBER 5-6 CONFERENCE: LEADING CHANGE IN 21ST CENTURY
The Leading Change Conference will be held Dec. 5-6 at the Natcher
Center in Bethesda, MD. John P. Kotter, Harvard Business School
professor and author of the best-selling book Leading Change, will
participate via satellite. Keynote speaker is James Lee Witt, Director
of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This conference is
sponsored by NPR, the Consortium for Culture Change, the Federal
Quality Consulting Group, and the Human Resource Development Council.
The fee is $45 for government employees and $95 for non-government.
Because of the interest, we extended the date to register and pay to
Nov. 20. Information is posted on NPR's web site at
http://www.npr.gov. Go to" News Room" and look under "Announcements."
Contact Dr. Lynn S. Kahn by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call
(202) 632-0232. Remote sites are invited to participate in the free
live satellite segment from noon until 4 pm ET on December 5.
Satellite coordinates will be available soon. Contact Dr. Alexander
Gottesman at (202) 762- 3839 or e-mail: email@example.com.
DECEMBER 9-11: RESTRUCTURING INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS IN GOVERNMENT
Is your agency prepared to meet the challenge of communicating radical
change? This Washington, DC, conference includes case studies from
Social Security, Naval Air Warfare Center, Department of Energy,
Minnesota Department of Revenue, and the City of Phoenix. Speakers
will show how to strengthen internal communications on a shoe string
budget, exploit the use of technology, including intranets, and
measure communications effectiveness. Call (800) 420-2145 or visit
http://www.iqpc.com for more information.
DECEMBER '96 - APRIL '97: REINVENTING GOVERNMENT NETWORK ANNOUNCES
Want to hear reinventors David Osborne and Barbara Roberts? He's the
co-author of the national best seller, Reinventing Government, and
author of the soon-to-be released Banishing Bureaucracy: The Five
Strategies for Reinventing Government. She's the former Governor of
Oregon and now director of the Senior Executives in State and Local
Government Program at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
They are among the speakers at a series of workshops presented by the
Reinventing Government Network, a service of The Public Strategies
The series is co-sponsored by the National Academy of Public
Administration, the Council for Excellence in Government, and four
other public service groups. Workshop dates and locations are:
Atlanta--Dec. 10-11, 1996; San Francisco--January 28-29, 1997;
Boston--February 11-12, 1997; Phoenix--March 18-19, 1997;
Chicago--April 29-30, 1997.
For more information, call the Center for Community Futures at (510)
JANUARY 6, 1997: DEADLINE FOR "CALL FOR PAPERS" FOR 10TH ANNUAL
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FEDERAL QUALITY IN JULY
The Office of Personnel Management announces the 10th annual quality
conference, July 9-11, 1997 at the Sheraton Washington Hotel in
Washington, DC. The theme is "Bridge to the Future: Leading, Learning
and Linking." OPM seeks workshops that highlight success, create
opportunities for discussion around critical issues, and stimulate
thinking on leading-edge ideas. For information, call Gary Gibson at
(703) 312-7331 or Coleen Kenney at (703) 312-7331.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
*** The Virtual Government '97 Conference is Feb. 11-13, 1997 at the
Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, VA. Preliminary information should be
available soon. For a referral, contact Tony Castellano. His e-mail
address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAVE THIS DATE:
*** Planning is underway for a second Reinvention Revolution
Conference at the Natcher Center in Bethesda, MD, April 7-9, 1997. The
theme is "Strategies and Tactics for the 21st Century." NPR,
Government Executive Magazine, and the Maxwell School of Public
Administration at Syracuse University are co-sponsors. We'll publish
more information later, including on our NPR Web site at
http://www.npr.gov and Government Executive Magazine's site at
All calendar events are for information only and do not imply
endorsement. To subscribe to the Express by e-mail send an e-mail
message to: Listproc@etc.fed.gov with this message: SUBSCRIBE
EXPRESS-L FIRSTNAME LASTNAME. (Put three spaces: after the word
"SUBSCRIBE," after "EXPRESS-L," and after your FIRSTNAME.) For more
information, contact Pat Wood, National Performance Review, 750-17th
St., NW, Washington, DC 20006, (202) 632-0223; FAX: (202) 632-0390;
e-mail: email@example.com. The Express is also on the Internet at
http://www.npr.gov. Go to "News Room."
END REINVENTION EXPRESS CALENDAR, NOVEMBER 12, 1996
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