APWA Reporter magazine

  • 12 2013

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  • President's Message, Dec,p.2
  • Washington Insight, Dec,p.5
  • Technical Committee News, Dec,p.6
  • Americans attending Congress in Toronto, Dec,p.8
  • Chas Jordan, PWE: The APWA Donald C. Stone Center's first Public Works Executive graduate, Dec,p.10
  • A simple system protects a historical school building from future flood damage, Dec,p.12
  • Diversity: The misconception, Dec,p.15
  • Where do public works leaders come from?, Dec,p.16
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Dec,p.18
  • Imagination to Innovation, Dec,p.20
  • Core Competencies for a Public Works Leader, Dec,p.22
  • Leading in crisis, Dec,p.24
  • Improving performance, Dec,p.28
  • Recruiting and selecting from a talent pool: is it sink or swim?, Dec,p.30
  • Genghis Khan and succession planning, Dec,p.32
  • Orientation, training, mentoring and professional development, Dec,p.34
  • Developing a talent pool, Dec,p.37
  • Achieving high performance and retention, Dec,p.39
  • Bernalillo County unveils "VOSS" and "CORR", Dec,p.43
  • Ask Ann, Dec,p.46