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  • 'The best leaders allow themselves to be persuaded'

    Steve Kelman notes that a critical leadership trait is far harder than it sounds. Read More

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  • What’s happening in agile

    Steve Kelman checks in with a CIO who champions "continuous delivery" about what it means for government software development. Read More

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  • Me and Donald Trump

    Steve Kelman believes a 2014 note from Donald Trump points to the potential for an outbreak of civility on the part of the Republican frontrunner. Read More

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  • Don't hesitate to ask for advice!

    Steve Kelman spotlights new research that shows why seeking colleagues' help makes everyone involved look better. Read More

  • Is past performance working better than we thought?

    Steve Kelman notes that just the threat of low marks may be incentive enough. Read More

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  • The big shift: When civil servants move to the other side

    Steve Kelman looks at what happens when long-time civil servants transition from government to industry. Read More

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  • Talking with a procurement icon about post-award contract management

    Steve Kelman gets Deidre Lee's take on the challenges agencies face. Read More

    Comments: 4
  • Talk about an easy way to improve your organization’s performance!

    Steve Kelman details a recent experiment "whose results should be of interest to every federal manager." Read More

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  • A very different U.S.-China discussion

    Steve Kelman reflects on his latest meeting with Chinese college students -- after a year-long hiatus, and in decidedly different times. Read More

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  • The performance measures that managers hate

    For metric-based management, Steve Kelman argues, it's important that the measures not be specified from on high. Read More

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