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  • Analysis paralysis in government?

    Finding a balance between studying a problem to death and taking swift action can be tricky, but there are signs that federal managers are trying to address the challenge. Read More

  • Three tips for working with a toxic colleague

    Steve Kelman recommends an executive coach's advice for "creating productive relationships, even with individuals you find distasteful." Read More

  • A bipartisan proposal for performance management in the next administration

    Steve Kelman applauds a new report, and its potential for pushing smart management under the next president. Read More

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  • One size fits all?

    Steve Kelman argues that acquisition professionals need more room for discretion, not less. Read More

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  • AI is coming

    Steve Kelman looks at the potential -- and potential risks -- of letting algorithms drive government decision-making. Read More

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  • Innovation in government can come from anywhere

    Steve Kelman sees potential in a public-domain piano experiment. Read More

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  • A sobering take on government contractors: What can be done?

    Steve Kelman has ideas for helping innovative firms clear the hurdles to doing business with the government. Read More

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  • A sobering take on government contractors

    Steve Kelman shares a longtime executive's less-than-rosy report on federal IT. Read More

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  • Vote for your favorite fed

    Steve Kelman wants you to vote for the People's Choice Awards from the Partnership for Public Service. Read More

  • takes wing

    Steve Kelman contends that a recent report on agencies' prize challenges tells only half the success story. Read More

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