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Jonathan Krebs

Jonathan is a partner at HORNE where he works closely with project directors to develop effective project assessment tools that facilitate transparency on large, federally funded projects. He develops and interprets budgets and project forecasting models, provides policy guidance, and special project coordination. Jonathan is nationally recognized as an expert in disaster recovery finance most recently served as a Subject Matter Expert, facilitator, and featured panelist for creative financing solutions at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Resilience Academy in Atlanta, Kansas City, Seattle, Boston, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
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Recent Posts

May 05, 2016

Is Your Culture Limiting Your Success?

Improving corporate culture is a huge investment in both time and money. But at HORNE, we believe these investments are necessary to win the war for talent in the changing business environment. In Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, we focused on improving career/life integration, personal flexibility and workplace diversity. Today, lets discuss the impact of continuous feedback. 

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Topics: Feedback, Culture

April 28, 2016

Creating a Culture That Values Diversity

Last week, I started the conversation about HORNE’s commitment to improve our culture, which focused on defining my own career/life integration while maintaining my client service expectations. I want to continue that theme today, but let’s talk about diversity and its impact on the war for talent and business development.  

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Topics: Culture, Diversity

April 21, 2016

When We Make Culture the Priority, Clients Benefit Too

We spend a lot of time and money at HORNE on improving our culture. It’s an investment that focuses on improving career/life integration, personal flexibility, workplace diversity, and continuous feedback. We believe these investments are necessary to win the war for talent in the changing business environment. But making big changes internally can lead to a lot of questions, like will these changes affect client service and business development? And if yes, is that a good thing or bad thing? In this three-part series, my goal is answer those questions and add insight into how building a culture of continuous improvement benefits both team members and clients.

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Topics: Flexibility, Culture, Client Service, Diversity