Case Studies of Cooperation, Sharing or Consolidation
We are looking for examples of local governments working together to reduce costs, improve services, or to better address regional issues. Go here to report an example or learn more.
Leadership Training Opportunities
There are numerous programs and/or organizations in Wisconsin that provide relevant training programs for local government officials. Please feel free to browse our list of these resources, and let LGI know if there are other programs that you feel should be added to the list.
March 28, 2012 – 8:30 am – 3:15 pm, Pyle Center, Madison. Cost: $128.
In this workshop we identify the changing role of government in our communities, explore the foundations of an effective partnership, discuss the conditions that are most conducive to public-private partnerships, and explore a variety of alternative strategies to government service delivery. We look at examples of public-private partnerships and you identify prospective public-private partnerships for your agency. Click here for more info.
Lean Government Conference
October 10, 2011
Monona Terrace, Madison, WI
The Local Government Institute of Wisconsin, in partnership with the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence, put on this one day conference for state and local government officials that focused on tools and principles to improve quality, cost effectiveness, service delivery and responsiveness to the public.