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Unleashing Workplace Creativity:Fostering a Government of Innovation

The National Academy of Public Administration & Management Systems International recently hosted a Forum on Fostering Innovation in Government.


Keynote Speaker Session - Stephen Goldsmith

WELCOME
Joseph Christoff | Senior Vice President | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
KEYNOTE and Q&A
Stephen Goldsmith | Director | Innovations in American G John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Q&A MODERATOR
Suzanne Bond | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
Slideshow Presentation


Break-Out Group and Plenary Discussion: “Shaping Creative Environments”
Immediately following the Q&A, attendees, in small groups, will participate in facilitated
discussions.

SMALL GROUP FACILITATORS
Gail Naimoli | Senior Training Specialist | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
Brian Calhoon | Technical Manager | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
Suzanne Bond | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
Andrew Dicello | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
Mary Liakos | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company
PLENARY FACILITATOR
Suzanne Bond | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company


Panel Discussion: “Shaping Creative Environments”
What does it take to cultivate a work environment that encourages creativity and innovation?
Panelists representing three different Federal and State agencies and responsible for
overseeing the leadership and management of innovation offices share innovative practices
and lessons learned.

Kristin McNally | Director | Office of Employee Engagement, U.S. Department
of Labor
David Milestone | Acting Director | Center for Innovation & Impact, Global
Health Bureau, USAID
Sharon Kershbaum | Chief Operating Officer | Department of Human Services,
D.C. Government
PANEL MODERATOR
John Haecker | Technical Director | MSI, A Tetra Tech Company

CONCLUDING REMARKS
Terry Gerton | President | National Academy of Public Administration

									 Fostering a Government of Innovation
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