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  • What happens when the kids go for startups?

    Government recruiting efforts have a lot of hurdles already. Steve Kelman identifies a possible new one. Read More

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  • Police technology improves

    Police departments, widely perceived as slow to change, are embracing technology in innovative ways, Steve Kelman observes. Read More

  • Terrorism, the government and bias

    Steve Kelman suggests that the phrase "believing is seeing" might be more true than the reverse. Read More

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  • A (possibly) narrow-minded northeasterner visits Kentucky

    Old stereotypes of 'flyover country' don't match today's reality, Steve Kelman finds. Read More

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  • The contributions of immigrants -- it's not just high tech

    Whether it's Silicon Valley or a New York yogurt factory, Steve Kelman argues, we should be grateful for foreign-born talent. Read More

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  • A media double standard?

    After encountering a problem with some commercial tax-preparation software, Steve Kelman wonders how the media would have reacted to the same thing happening with a government product. Read More

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  • Behavioral approaches to contract negotiations

    Steve Kelman finds a seminar track that approaches procurement from a new perspective. Read More

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  • Reminder: Corporate IT projects can also crash and burn

    Steve Kelman derives some insights from the season of corporate annual reports. Read More

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  • China vignettes: Techies in politics, Starbucks saturation and panda porn

    Steve Kelman reports on the media, food and more from his latest trip to China Read More

  • Stirrings of freedom rustle in China

    There may not be pure freedom of speech in China, but the media (old and new) are far from monolithic, Steve Kelman finds. Read More

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