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Making Decisions in a Time of Transition
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In 2017, after taking office, the next administration will face many significant and simultaneous decisions on a wide...
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The Obama administration’s Open Government Initiative is now three years old. But is it making a difference?
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Forty years ago, Congress passed a law to make government agencies more accountable and transparent in how they sought advice from industry and the public. It was called the Federal Advisory Committee Act. But over the years, the way the law was implemented led to less citizen involvement and reluctance by agencies from seeking advice.
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By: John Kamensky on The Business of Government Blog
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As time has gone on, the gathering of performance data has become increasingly common. But there’s still a major hole.
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In a refreshingly provocative article in this month’s Harvard Business Review, celebrated business writer Gary Hamel describes the condition of management in most large organizations (costly and inefficient) and how one company did away with all their managers and still manage to run a $700 million company with revenues and profits that leave competitors in the dust.
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