There are some major differences between what happened in Canada almost a decade ago, and what happened on Capitol Hill this week. For one thing, Canada was never at risk of running out of money or furloughing its employees as a result of this situation.On the other hand, the debate among US legislators – as... Read more »
When working in a Diminishing environment, you can be a beacon of light for yourself and others. Here's how.
Although the shutdown is over, this will not be the last time feds have to endure the threat or possibly the reality of a shutdown. We explain why.
For better or worse, intuition comes into play in many business decisions. What is yours saying about Amazon’s next headquarters, and are you prepared to put money on it?
It is my concern, over a period of years, there have been a series of events which are affecting the attitudes of those workers we depend on to keep our country operating.
While some might see Saturday's shutdown as an opportunity to take a mini-break from work to take advantage of DC-area shutdown happy hour specials (and there’s nothing wrong with that!), there are some things you can do to help keep yourself moving forward while you have extra time on your hands.
Missions are forgotten in the itchy distraction of the looming budget deadline.
For those working in public service, such looming unknowns — Will the government remain open? Will my programs be cut or continued? — can create a number of management challenges. Christopher Dorobek spoke with Tom Fox, Vice President of Leadership and Innovation at the Partnership for Public Service, to discuss how government employees can demonstrate... Read more »
Agencies and other organizations have to focus on those who participate but remember there are large numbers of people within their jurisdictions who do not participate.
Here's a surprising new way to look at how you set your goals.