DEVELOPING RESULTS BASED LEADERSHIP IN A WASTEWATER COLLECTION ORGANIZATION
Abstract:In 2000, Sacramento County's District Engineering Department was reorganized into separate Water Quality, Water Resources, and Solid Waste departments. Shortly after this reorganization, Water Quality department leadership realized that there was a need to focus more attention and resources on the collection systems. Formerly separate sections within the Water Quality Department were organized into three separate divisions: collection systems (a new division), treatment, and policy/planning. These organizational, leadership and performance changes resulted in some significant challenges for the new Collection Systems Division Chief. In 2002, the new division embarked on a program to address these issues.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2003
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