Posts Tagged: levels

Fed job dilemma: permanent or temp?

My friend and colleague Joyce Lain Kennedy- Careers Columnist, learned about one of my clients who had a very tough decision to make: Which federal job should he accept. Read her article here. Joyce Lain Kennedy Careers Now, Tribune Media Services 4:30 a.m. CST, November 18, 2012 DEAR JOYCE: After looking for a federal job… Read more »

Our Future Success Depends on Creating a New Model

This blog is co-authored with Mark Herbert a corporate management and executive coach with more than 30 years experience in helping businesses become leaders in their field. In my dream the angel shrugged and said, “this time if we fail it will be a failure of imagination,” and then she gently placed the world in… Read more »

Going too far…Getting carried away with over-regulation

With so much focus these days on optimizing Service Levels to match realistic budgets, here is a series of cautionary tales of regulation run amok. Let’s think about the consequences of over-regulation, not only on expenditures, but also on culture and community values. This excerpt from Mark Steyn’s book on bureaucracy is a “must read”… Read more »