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  • One sure sign of whether 'Acquisition 360' will actually matter

    Steve Kelman applauds the attempt to gather real feedback on the acquisition process, but notes that surveys alone are not enough. Read More

  • How to attract young talent to your agency

    Steve Kelman shares some great insights about wooing young stars into the federal government. Read More

  • What immigration has to do with innovation

    Steve Kelman reflects on an insightful book about immigrants' contributions to the early American republic. Read More

  • The next big thing in government smartphone apps

    Steve Kelman suggests that innovative experiments at state DMVs show the potential for creating dramatically different customer relationships. Read More

  • What to make of startup mania in China

    Steve Kelman questions whether the culture exists to make China's embrace of startups stick. Read More

  • Another highly cost-effective management tool

    Steve Kelman spotlights the way some hospitals are using survey results to radically improve customer service. Read More

  • A management tool available to all government managers

    Steve Kelman notes that sometimes the most effective efforts are also the easiest. Read More

  • When telework really works

    Steve Kelman calls attention to a private-sector experiment that holds important lessons for federal managers. Read More

  • Plain language in government

    Steve Kelman adds another reason for feds to avoid bureaucratese. Read More

  • Why your agency should be blogging

    Steve Kelman shares a list of top blogs, and makes his own case for why blogging is worth the investment. Read More

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