Join your host Sasha O'Connell, a former FBI executive and director of public sector strategy at Guidehouse, and expert guests as they discuss a wide range of issues affecting federal law enforcement management and executive leadership. The Mission Is Possible offers real advice and experiences from some of the top experts in federal law enforcement. These episodes are brought to you by a partnership between Guidehouse and American University School of Public Affairs.
Accurately anticipating human behavior under extreme or threatening circumstances is essential to developing effective security, emergency, risk and crisis management. In this episode of Mission is Possible, we look at the ways behavioral-based emergency and disaster preparedness provide the skills to help leaders and decision-makers guide their efforts in crisis preparation, response, and recovery.
Data plays a crucial role in every stage of the decision-making process. Decision-making is the most important task of managers in a federal agency or of any organization. Therefore, to enable managers to take good quality decisions, it is very important to provide them with the right kind of data and information. In this episode, we'll discuss challenges, opportunities and best practices for assessing program effectiveness and aligning resources to strategy.
In this episode we'll talk about the benefits and challenges of measuring mission impact within national security agencies. Specifically why it is important, what challenges arise while attempting to measure impact, and best practices and tips for successfully measuring and communicating impact.