With some tangible steps towards democratic consolidation in the wake of the 90s, Ghana continues to witness some of the most acrimonious pre-election tension between ruling party and opposition parties
Mastering Technology Before it Masters Us
Our society is more connected today than ever, leading to the popular saying that we live in a “global village”. But has technology made our personal lifestyles easier than before?
Real World Social Media Benefit for Nonprofits
Social media benefits developed into a brand new type of communication exchange where users can do everything from shopping to seeking medical attention
Utilizing Psychic Pay to Boost Performance in Government
The difficulty of harnessing the types of leadership skills that motivate and influence employees to do more even without financial incentives reflects the fact that incentives that work in the business world, cannot be copied in the public sector
Public Approach to Measuring Productivity and Performance
One of the innovations of information technology in any business enterprise is the ability to enhance production and increase performance. But in terms of government performance measurements, public agencies have their own scale to take advantage of.
Employing Information Resources Management at Nonprofits
On the major impact on human resources in public and nonprofit organizations when information resources management is used correctly
Expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
An expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and refinement of enforcement priorities could shrink the pool of those subject to deportation