The Tenderloin, a neighborhood in downtown San Francisco, spans 40 blocks and is home to nearly 35,000 residents, many of whom are low-income and immigrants.
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In this final excerpt from our e-book—Happy Citizens: Measuring Performance in the Public Sector—we explore how governments can use Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to target and contextualize their initiatives and programs.
Feeling safe, and feeling loved, are the second and third most fundamental requirements for happiness, according to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
Physiological needs relate to the necessity of food, water, and shelter for survival. In a modern society, this concept translates to money.
In many ways, government policies are responsible for the happiness of the public. How, then, can happiness function as a metric for success?
In many ways, government policies are responsible for the happiness of the public. How, then, can happiness functions as a metric for success.
This e-book provides a framework that can help you link your performance metrics and your policies to the happiness of the constituents you serve.
Governments have always relied on others to help achieve impact, and vica-versa. By promoting collaboration between government and nongovernment groups, important data can reach more people.
In the past six years, transparency and efficiency have come a long way. However, we are still far from the goal.
10 simple steps to how you can make your meetings more effective and efficient. Get the most out of your meetings in the shortest amount of time.