A recently announced partnership between TMGov.org ( www.tmgov.org ), a portal serving the government sector, and the Enterprise Engagement Alliance (EEA, www.enterpriseengagement.org) promises to facilitate the flow of research on the emerging field of Enterprise Engagement and increase economic efficiency and operational effectiveness among businesses and government agencies.
The partnership will provide research and education both online and in print – via TMGov.org’s digital magazine, Leadership Excellence in Government and EEA’s quarterly print publication, Engagement Strategies Magazine, as well as through other media and events. The EEA and TMGov.org will also share research, content, education and outreach efforts in order to better integrate engagement into all sectors of the economy, including government agencies, corporations and not-for-profit organizations.
“Engaging all of our key constituencies – whether in the government or private sector – is critical to our ability to improve performance and compete in the coming years,” says Allan Schweyer, Principal of the Center for Human Capital Innovation and Chairman of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance. “The government can learn from the private sector about how to become customer-focused and maximize talent within the framework of public service. We hope to further this effort by exchanging information across all sectors of the economy.”
TMGov.org and EEA portals and publications currently provide news, case studies, research, and how-to and reference information related to Enterprise Engagement. The two organizations will shortly launch a directory of Engagement vendors and forums through which private- and public-sector executives can share solutions. In addition, the EEA’s annual Networking Expo, to be held June 3-5 at the Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook, NY, ( www.eeaexpo.org ) will include roundtable discussions on public-sector engagement.
For more information on the new partnership, contact EEA Managing Director Bruce Bolger at 914-591-7600, ext. 230, or go to www.enterpriseengagement.org/government.