TheLectern

  • Crafting better jobs for young contracting professionals

    Steve Kelman offers ideas to make government more effective at recruiting young talent. Read More

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  • Spare parts pricing -- still crazy after all these years

    Despite years of recognition that it's a problem, the government hasn't solved spare-parts pricing. Read More

    Comments: 3
  • Korea copes with multiculturalism

    Steve Kelman observes how Korea's culture is become much more ethnically diverse. Read More

    Comments: 8
  • Must civil servants be boring?

    The legitimate reaction to GSA's conference scandal could grow into an overreaction that would threaten creativity within agencies, Steve Kelman fears. Read More

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  • Are contractors taking government to the cleaners?

    Steve Kelman considers whether contractors are fattening their bottom lines at taxpayer expense. Read More

    Comments: 5
  • Eurozone crisis, luxury consumption

    Is Europe's economy affecting luxury spending? Read More

  • Will high unemployment create a "burning platform" to encourage government change?

    Steve Kelman learns and teaches in Spain. Read More

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  • Management theory and practice

    What does research from the ivory tower have to say to people working in their fields? Read More

  • One more round of Singapore observations

    Steve Kelman's adventures in cross-culture awareness continue. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • One professor's adventures in the Singapore food scene

    Steve Kelman tastes the delights of the far east. Read More

    Comments: 1