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AGC Series: Educating Agile Leaders

July 02, 2022

By: Angela Evans

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The Agile Government Center (AGC) and its community of interested leaders, the Agile Government Network (action network) are building upon the Academy’s initial efforts as presented in two Academy reports: Building an Agile Federal Government: A Call to Action and the report entitled the Road to Agile Government. The network is committed to advancing the value and practice of agility in public governance through research, global engagement, and academic program content.

The curriculum and pedagogy of schools of public affairs are central in this quest. This series of posts is intended to initiate a dialog on how to integrate agile governance principles into curricula -- with the hope that collaboration among NAPA, Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA), the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA), and schools of public affairs 1 will result in the steady flow of public servants who embrace the principles of agile government, and who also demonstrate the associated skills and capacity to act on these principles in their day-to-day work.

Agile Government Why Now: An Introduction

Agile Government: Foundational Skills

Re-Imagining a Public Administration Education Part I

Making Agile Happen: Part I

Making Agile Happen: Part II

Making Agile Happen: Part III

More articles will be released through the Fall of 2021.

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