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Steve Kelman suggests that managers need to start with their own overloads.
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If the Defense Department truly embraces agile, Steve Kelman argues, it would be a critical and much-needed tipping point for government innovation.
Public-private partnerships are a powerful tool for tackling large, multiyear modernization challenges.
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