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EUNA Solutions, Funkhouser & Associates

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Local governments operate on the front lines of democracy: Every day, communities negotiate values and priorities and policy makers and implementers must navigate complex choices about resources, strategies and tools to drive better outcomes. This requires local jurisdictions to mobilize resident support and overcome cultural and operational constraints to turn policy ideas and strategic plans into action. In short, localities must improve their ability to lead through change.

Join us for a forward-looking conversation with a panel of local government leaders who have spearheaded change management in their jurisdictions. The conversation will explore what change management means in local government and practical steps leaders can take to build adaptive capacity in their communities and organizations. Drawing on key insights from our newly published playbook, this webinar will spotlight ways to effectively integrate strategic planning and budgeting and to ready systems and resources so that your government can deliver positive results and meet evolving community needs.

Topics we’ll explore:
* Tactics for generating adaptive capacity
* Linking strategic planning with strategic budgeting
* Mobilizing employee and resident engagement
* Leveraging procurement and grants for regional collaboration
* Rightsizing tools and systems for the modern public sector workforce

More on our speaker lineup below. This free webinar is hosted by Funkhouser & Associates in collaboration with Euna Solutions.


Cheriene Floyd: Chief Data Officer, City of Miami, FL

Jake Pawlak – Deputy Mayor & Director Office of Management and Budget, City of Pittsburgh

Abhi Nemani – SVP, Product Strategy, Euna Solutions

Mark Funkhouser – President & Founder, Funkhouser & Associates

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Date And Time

06-26-24 @ 06:30 PM to
06-26-24 @ 07:30 PM


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