We are currently living through a fundamental transformation in the way we live and work. This isn’t a time to sit back and wait for events to unfold. We need to be prepared for the future and do our best to understand it.

Stress can become immense, stifling, and overbearing, but it doesn't have to consume you. Dung Kimble shares her perspective on how she handles stress.

Thriving into resilience with incremental habit change

Like many of you have experienced, the current pandemic has created down time in my schedule that I have not had in years, which has given me an opportunity to reflect on an almost 25-year career in public service and think about the next 15.

When WSU’s PPMC asked me to facilitate a session, and then when COVID hit, to write about “Working with Incompetent People,” I laughed out loud. What did that say about me? My business partner and I are blessed to work alongside very smart people including the PPMC team. Yet, wherever you are in your career, each of us can likely recall at least one experience and its accompanying feelings.

Join us on our journey of expanding our understanding of racism, equity and inclusion.

Matt recaps his experience working at the PPMC and moves forward as the new City Administrator in Hillsboro, Kansas.

Grant writing is thrilling, chilling and intimidating. But, it can also be rewarding! Lisa dives into the making of a successful grant.

The Public Policy and Management Center (PPMC) provides full-service management and logistical support for professional associations in the areas of membership, board support, professional conferences, marketing, website and more. Currently, the PPMC is establishing the Kansas Caregivers Support Network to support meaningful representation and a voice for relative, foster and kinship families.

As we celebrate National Public Works Week (NPWW) I extend a hearty Thank You to my fellow colleagues who serve in Public Works & Utilities in Wichita and throughout the country!