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Taking a step back to gain some perspective can lead to clearer thinking or better ideas and is essential to personal and professional development. The best way to gain some perspective is to pursue lots of different subjects that interest you. Check out where we get our inspiration.
The Government Accountability Office has stepped into new territory by adding climate change to its list of the 30 most high risk challenges facing the federal government. What’s their rationale for adding it? Typically, we think of the GAO focusing on territory familiar to auditors, which is what most of the high risk list does:Read… Read more »
Most of the American political debate centers on the two major parties – Democrats and Republicans. Today, most Americans are fed up with politicians and would like to eliminate political parties altogether, but it would never work. Aristotle noted that humans are political animals and will always form associations based on common beliefs and experiences.Read… Read more »
I have just posted an external blog with lists of Editors, Columnists, Journalists, Reporters & Media, Writers On Twitter. All though there does not seem to be a communication best practice yet, I am sure these lists could be morphed into one. And, what is missing is an entire list of government public affairs personsRead… Read more »
Our New Mac Lab is Complete! 12 new iMacs, featuring the latest in Adobe CS4 applications, right at your finger tips. We’ve upgraded our training facility to enhance your learning experience. Don’t like the Mac operating system? That’s fine. We’ve also installed Boot Camp, which allows students to learn in the Windows operating system simultaneously.Read… Read more »
Hi GovLoopers 🙂 I am strongly considering submitting a speaking proposal to The National Association of Government Webmasters for their upcoming conference. While there are various subjects I could pitch and speak to, would like to know what suggestions you have on perhaps what topics you believe are most helpful to learn more about. OutRead… Read more »