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GCN MAY 2016 • GCN.COM 39 TOPICS INCLUDE: TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: GCN.COM/2016DIGITALGOVSTRATEGY research Report: DIGITAL GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES: ANEWERAOF DIGITAL SERVICES ONLINE REPORT SPONSORED BY: THE STATE OF DIGITAL SERVICES THE PATH TO DIGITAL SERVICES IS THROUGH THE CLOUD MOBILITY IS KEY FOR DIGITAL GOVERNMENT WITH DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION, CHANGE IS NOT ALWAYS EASY DIGITAL GOVERNMENT: THE ROAD AHEAD “Many organizations can see who is teleworking — like seeing how of- ten they telework — but we haven’t gotten to the point of linking this into our performance systems,” said Alexis Bonnell, innovation evangelist at the U.S . Agency for International Develop- ment’s U.S . Global Development Lab. “Linking telework to achievements is the new frontier.” “Great managers manage outputs, not what seat someone is sitting in,” she added. “Telework should be seam- lessly managed, meaning the manager and employee interaction is constant regardless of location. Technology should support that.” The use of collaborative tools “be- yond email, including chat, text and shared document systems, e-clear- ance...can help telework managers stay connected with their staff and manage outcomes,” Bonnell said. USAID has used Google Talk, which provides both text and voice messag- ing, and Huddle, a collaboration plat- form that helps manage projects, share content and control document approv- als with time-stamped audit trails. She described the ideal telework tool as a project management platform with built-in video and calling tools that could support distributed teams of tele- workers. “Basecamp mixed with Slack and Skype video calls would be great,” she said. “If a team member is working re- “Great managers manage outputs, not what seat someone is sitting in. Telework should be seamlessly managed, meaning the manager and employee interaction is constant regardless of location. Technology should support that.” — A LE X IS BONNELL, USAID 0516gcn_034-040.indd 39 4/26/16 9:29 AM
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