Leading and Managing During Times of Transition: Virginia Department of General Services Case Study

Leading and Managing During Times of Transition: Virginia Department of General Services Case Study

  • 15 October 2014
  • Author: Kayla Leslie
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Leading and Managing During Times of Transition: Virginia Department of General Services Case Study

Ensuring a smooth succession of executive power during a gubernatorial transition requires coordinating many complex, politically-sensitive, moving parts. The state chief administrator sits at the epicenter of this vitally important sixty day period, and is often responsible for managing the transition, inauguration, and executive mansion. These tasks demand strong leadership and management skills, and draw on some of the most important core competencies required to be a successful state chief administrator.

 

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