Posts Tagged: Hood

Does Management By Numbers Work?

“You can’t manage what you don’t measure” is often attributed to business guru Peter Drucker. But Oxford professor Christopher Hood raises a provocative question: Does “management by numbers” actually lead to improved performance? Dr. Hood, who is a well-respected public management professor, poses this question in a recent article in the Public Administration Review and… Read more »

At Fort Hood: Social media, community lauded for help in locating missing girl

So glad this story has gotten more attention. Excerpted from the article on the Army website: A massive outpouring of support from Fort Hood, surrounding communities and social media helped a potential nightmare for one Fort Hood family end happily last week….. {ELLIPSE} “Facebook provided great information,” Fort Hood Garrison Commander Col. Mark Freitag said…. Read more »

How does the Muslim World view us? Here is the best answer you will find anywhere!

The National Homeland Defense Foundation, founded by Gen Ed Eberhart in 2002 (he was the NORAD commander in Cheyenne Mountain on duty during 9/11 and my boss) has posted full Symposium VII content on their web site. In this video, Ms Zainab Al-Suwaij, Executive Director, American Islamic Congress provides a frank answer. The last question… Read more »

Blood Donations for Ft. Hood: Can You Help?

Blood Donations Needed Update – Friday , 11/6/09, 23:30 EST Blood donations for U.S. Army personnel wounded in the Ft. Hood shooting incident are being accepted at Scott & White Healthcare’s Blood Center in Temple, TX on Saturday, 11/7 from from 9:00 AM – noon local time and again on Monday, 11/9 starting at 8:00… Read more »