Posts Tagged: graduate

Fellow PMF hopefuls, start your engines…

“Start your engines.” The phrase is on internal repeat this week as I dive headfirst into the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) application. While I’m not a huge NASCAR fan, the phrase seems appropriate, as it is certainly a long competition with the best of the best of graduate and professional level students who share theRead… Read more »

Government 2.0: If Its Not About the Technology, Then What’s It About?

This post originally appeared in my blog: Back in the Spring I went to a panel at the Social Enterprise Conference 2009 at HBS called “The Real-Life Wiki: the Promise and Limits of Technology for Mass Collaboration in Social Enterprise,” and the first thing that all the panelists agreed upon was that it wasRead… Read more »