A proliferation of 'chief' titles does not bear much connection to better management, argues John Gilroy.
Steve Kelman suggests that voting, objectively, makes little sense, especially when one has to wait hours for a moment in the voting booth. Yet millions of Americans do it anyway. Why?
Federal acquisition executives say there's still room for improving communications between contracting officers and program managers, and between government and industry.
Business process management software can aid agency acquisition processes, writes Appian's Evan McDonnell.
What's smarter, a team or a crowd? Steve Kelman finds out.
The Internet has become a ubiquitous kiosk for posting information. The government’s role in collecting and disseminating data should change accordingly, argue Christopher Lyons and Mark Forman.
There's a big difference between complying with directives and actually improving performance, observes Steve Kelman.
Several technologies that the government is adopting could wreak havoc on the experience of people trying to use the government's resources.
Steve Kelman gauges how his students felt about the GSA conference spending scandal before and then after taking part of a course on management and leadership.
In an era of formidable challenges, America needs formidable, and novel, approaches to address them.
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