D. Robert Worley

D. Robert Worley, Senior Fellow of Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Advanced Governmental Studies and Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, has been involved in the study and practice of American national security since 1967.

D. Robert Worley

D. Robert Worley, Senior Fellow of Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Advanced Governmental Studies and Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, has been involved in the study and practice of American national security since 1967. His analytic career began at RAND’s Strategy Assessment Center and continued at the Institute for Defense Analyses’ Joint Advanced Warfighting Program.

Leadership in Action -- Summer 2013 The Business of Government Magazine (NEW)

The leaders profiled in this edition offer compelling insights, lessons learned, and, most of all, advice to others that is marked by clarity of mind and a sense of purpose. It is truly leadership in action...

Weekly Round-Up: August 29, 2014

Gadi Ben Yehuda

State Tech Magazine publishes an article by Lindsay Crudele, Boston's digital engagement director for in their Department of Innovation and Technology, "Why Governments Should Adopt a Digital Engagement Strategy"  Related: In FCW, Colby Huchmuth asks: "Beyond BYOD: Who oversees the apps?

The "De-Siloization" of Knowledge in Government

The long hallways of the State Department’s headquarters building in Foggy Bottom are called “corridors.” Over the decades, that is where people from different offices and bureaus ran into each other, informally got business done, and shared tips for being successful at different foreign posts. And that’s where reputations were made, and unmade. But the State Department’s 15,000 foreign service officers – and 55,000 other State employees – are spread across 265 missions around the globe. Not everyone can roam the corridors . . .

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