Robert Gates’ “A Passion for Leadership” truly belongs on the nightstand of today’s public and private sector leaders. Our institutions and their long-needed reform will be the better for it.
Posts Tagged: public policy
Public Private Partnerships are a reliable method of conducting various types of business on the local, state, and federal levels. Also known as PPPs, 3Ps, or P3s these types of models allow the public and private sectors to apply the strengths and resources of each sector. P3s may be more difficult to execute than other… Read more »
Over the past 20 years, there have been many great and successful Public Service Recognition Week events, both in the DC area and around the country. But none have focused on students, recent graduates, and young government workers. At the same time, among all the calls for more efficient (or even smaller) government, there has… Read more »
The White House announced a new opportunity for the public to get involved with the Open Government Initiative. In a recent blog post, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra and Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator, Cass Sunstein asked for public feedback “on ideas related to two of the key challenges – improving public… Read more »
As I wrote in a earlier posting, I coined the term collaborgagement while attending a session at Content.gov. John Newton (Alfresco’s CTO) commented that the next generation of enterprise IT tools need to serve the middle of the enterprise – the domain of the knowledge workers. These tools need to support collaboration, knowledge management, and… Read more »
As the first decade of the 21st Century ends, I hope that the economic events of the last thirty-five years finally loosen the hold that neoclassical economics has on public policy. It is widely recognized that the accepted economic models that governments use to shape policy are just not empirically valid. Today’s economies are vastly… Read more »