Breaking Ground 2018: Transforming a Region Together

Event date 22 Mar '18 07:30 pm - 09:30 pm
Event location Loews Philadelphia Hotel • 1200 Market St, Philadelphia, 19107, PA, United States
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Breaking Ground 2018: Transforming a Region aims to implement the principles and goals of Connections 2045 – the Long-Range Plan for Greater Philadelphia. While our region is made up of 352 local governments, we will be better-positioned and more economically competitive if we move forward together, as a region. 

This year’s conference celebrates regional cooperation and government efficiency. In keeping with that theme, the keynote speaker—Brian Elms—is an expert in management and government performance.

Full agenda available at www.dvrpc.org/breakingground/

Registration rate includes breakfast, lunch, conference materials, and a copy of Brian Elm’s book, Peak Performance. A limited number of scholarships are available. Inquiries should be sent to Karen Cilurso, kpcilurso@dvrpc.org

Concurrent sessions will feature government transparency, sustainable environmental practices, collaboration between businesses and government, the use of data and metrics, and a celebration of diversity age-friendly communities. Breaking Ground 2018 is expanding to include a Learning Lounge, which will feature businesses and tech companies that assist municipal governments in better serving their citizens.

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3 months agoAdd to Calender 2018-03-22 23:30:00 2018-03-22 23:30:00 Breaking Ground 2018: Transforming a Region Together Breaking Ground 2018: Transforming a Region aims to implement the principles and goals of Connections 2045 – the Long-Range Plan for Greater Philadelphia. While our region is made up of 352 local governments, we will be better-positioned and more economically competitive if we move forward together, as a region.  This year’s conference celebrates regional cooperation and government efficiency. In keeping with that theme, the keynote speaker—Brian Elms—is an expert in management and government performance. Full agenda available at www.dvrpc.org/breakingground/ Registration rate includes breakfast, lunch, conference materials, and a copy of Brian Elm’s book, Peak Performance. A limited number of scholarships are available. Inquiries should be sent to Karen Cilurso, kpcilurso@dvrpc.org.  Concurrent sessions will feature government transparency, sustainable environmental practices, collaboration between businesses and government, the use of data and metrics, and a celebration of diversity age-friendly communities. Breaking Ground 2018 is expanding to include a Learning Lounge, which will feature businesses and tech companies that assist municipal governments in better serving their citizens. Loews Philadelphia Hotel America/New_York public Economic Justice Politics