Tuesday, October 29, 2013

"How it All Started" - The CPBB Video Espresso Blast #1

At the Center for Priority Based Budgeting, we're all about creativity and innovation in all forms. Whether it be through expanding and improving our core concepts of Fiscal Health and Wellness through Priority Based Budgeting, migrating our Fiscal Health tool to a web-based Fiscal Health Diagnostic Tool, or finding transformative new ways to communicate how local government communities are implementing these revolutionary tools and concepts, we're never satisfied with the status quo in this Decade of Local Government.

With this in mind, we're rolling out the first of many breakthrough CPBB Video Espresso Blast(s). The Espresso Blast is designed to provide a fundamentally new platform for the CPBB to explore innovative new trends in local government and further exhibit how CPBB communities are successfully transforming the way they deliver services and conduct business. These videos are short, concise and chock full of entertaining and valuable content. We think you'll enjoy them!

Our first Espresso Blast, titled "How it All Started", explores the genesis of the Center for Priority Based Budgeting and the formulation of our core concepts. Check out our first video Espresso Blast and supporting articles below!

"How it All Started"

CPBB Espresso Blast #1

Related articles:

Budget Innovation in Local Government

Facing Challenges and Seizing Opportunities in this Decade of Local Government

"Data Visualization" through the Web-based Fiscal Health Diagnostic Tool

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If you're thinking of jumping into the world of Fiscal Health and Wellness through Priority Based Budgeting we would certainly like to be part of your efforts! Contact us to schedule a free webinar and identify the best CPBB service option(s) to meet your organization's particular needs.

"DATA VISUALIZATION" for Local Government

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