Perspective on Top Pool Executive Compensation
With more than 70 percent of pool executives planning to vacate their roles within the next decade, perspective on top pool executive compensation is important for the governing bodies of pools.
Sexual Abuse and Molestation Claims in the Public Sector
This edition of Intelligence presents timely information to help pools better understand the scope of considerations involved in public entity sexual abuse and molestation claims.
Pooling Trends Happening Now and On the Horizon
The AGRiP Board of Directors has identified several trends to watch for that could affect public entity pooling in the coming years.
Retirement Realities and Succession Planning
AGRiP Generational Resident Kim Lear offers perspective on what generational and employment shifts may mean for pools, and how pools can successfully handle leadership transitions.
How Blockchain can Impact Public Entity Pooling
A practical use scenario for blockchain and its impact on a pool's service to its members.
Share Your Pooling Story to Engage Members
Discover how some AGRiP member pools use storytelling to connect with members, and methods to make a story compelling.
How Pools can Influence Public Engagement
Every public entity deals with public engagement and conflict - some of it good, some of it not so good - on a regular basis. This edition focuses on the role pools can play when members are in need of guidance.
Understanding Bias in Decision-Making
Resident Futurist Rebecca Ryan examines common decision-making biases, how they might affect decisions made by public entity pools, and simple tricks to help avoid them.
Your Next Pool Executive
Whether your pool is currently searching for a new pool executive, is engaged in long-term succession planning, or is cultivating leadership talent from within, you'll find useful perspective in this issue of Intelligence.