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As the story goes, when asked by his father about who chopped down the cherry tree, George Washington said “I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet.” While this actually did not happen, throughout his life, Washington demonstrated a strict adherence to telling the truth, especially to himself. Historical accounts tell… Read more »
I received a link to a youtube video today entitled “Kid with oil stuck on her! Destin Beach, FL.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QwsCHd7Lcg As I watched the video, I sat in total surprise and horror as the videographer walked down the beach covered in bits of oil washing ashore while others sat and played on a normal summer… Read more »
From my blog Aug’ 18th 2007 http://ingine.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/systemic-faults-why-enterprise-architecture-endeavors-fail-discussion-around-culture/ To Open governance – what does it mean? – (Not) To be conformist, foster individualism, collaboration & creative worker, what does bureaucracy mean? Does it impede Open Governance?!! The Lucifer Effect May be ‘One Who Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ is a better title – Anyway this revolves… Read more »
In the coming months, I’ll be posting a series of columns about public sector leadership that are from my web site GovLeaders.org. This first one, by Ray Blunt, is about combatting the culture of fear that exists in too many workplace. Your comments are most welcome! – Don By Ray Blunt Before Mel Gibson caught… Read more »