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  • When government organizations learn how to learn

    The New York Police Department's anti-terror unit is a great example of performance measurement and a willingness to reinvent, Steve Kelman notes. Read More

  • Improving statements of work to improve contract management

    Steve Kelman continues the conversation on fixing government acquisition. Read More

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  • Bottom-up, real-time tech to counter terrorists?

    Steve Kelman applauds FCC CIO David Bray's call for DARPA-like innovation to secure public spaces. Read More

    Comments: 2
  • Volunteering for government: The case of the $1 code

    Steve Kelman contends that the real lesson from 18F's recent reverse auction is about citizen engagement, not contracting. Read More

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  • Is Facebook ruining the military?

    Steven Kelman unpacks the argument that social media can negatively affect organizational performance. Read More

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  • Good management engenders sound advice, study says

    Steve Kelman spotlights research that shows the good management really does make a difference in getting the workforce to speak up. Read More

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  • Agile training, delivered agilely

    Steve Kelman applauds the efforts to get contracting officers thinking differently about IT. Read More

    Comments: 1
  • A 45th reunion at Harvard: Survey says...

    Steve Kelman shares some data on what 1970's leaders of tomorrow look like today. Read More

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  • My 45th Harvard reunion

    Steve Kelman reflects on the shifting emphases of students, alumni and university officials. Read More

  • redux: How GSA helps the government change

    Steve Kelman notes that one of the most important enablers of innovation is a governmentwide entity to provide coaching and air cover. Read More

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