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Change Agents: Are You a Good Rebel or Bad Rebel?

Paula Ketter

Are you into this change agent mode because you just want to prove that your solutions are right or are you really into creating a culture in your organization where change is an acceptable activity? More »

Creating Public-Private Partnerships as a Fiscal Strategy

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Mark Pisano

The public-sector environment has changed in the past four years. Reports from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and other researchers note that all levels of government will experience fiscal shortfalls stretching far into the future, even assuming normal econ... More »

Interagency Group Works for the Good of All Government

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Revamping the performance appraisal system for the Senior Executive Service (SES) last year was a huge leap toward bringing the program in line with its original mission: to serve as a corporate cadre of federal government leaders capable of moving across and within age... More »

Intergovernmental Relations In a Time of Transition and Uncertainty

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Allan Rosenbaum

Evidence of serious problems in the American intergovernmental system is everywhere. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Ten.) recently called for an exchange by the federal and state governments of responsibilities for education and health policy to solve critical state financi... More »

Do We Need a New Model for Government?

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Alan Balutis

In the aftermath of the September 11 tragedies, we heard again and again that government needs to be better managed. "Everything has changed" was the constant refrain. "Never has American history seen a time when management has been more important but the stock of new i... More »