Vol. 40 Nbr. 2, June 2011
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- Spring issue correction.
- Editorial perspective.
- First bite: food safety gets collaborative: FDA lays collaborative groundwork to implement fundamental shift on food safety.
- State fiscal panels can't cure the budget blues: policymakers in 19 states have created blue-ribbon commissions to help stabilize finances. While useful, they cannot rescue us from the budget crisis.
- Urgent: mastering information overload in government: Federal workers are overwhelmed by the volume of information at their disposal and the increasing expectation that they manage it with great dispatch.
- Is president Obama thinking outside the box?
- Oval office outreach: how reorganization can be done.
- Agency-level reorganization can work.
- Just a reminder: don't ignore congress.
- Leading differently: can reorganization change things?
- Mega-reorganizations: seven lessons from the school of hard knocks.
- Reorganization is a metaphor for government reform.
- Do it right: focus on the power and the purpose.
- Go for results rather than reorganization.
- Virtual reorganization: service delivery and function sharing.
- Virtual reorganization: results mapping and collaboration.
- Budget path: how feds can avert the fiscal crisis: the national commission on Fiscal Responsibility and reform proposes a balanced plan of spending cuts, entitlement changes, and tax reforms to avoid the looming federal debt crisis.
- Reviewing what works: evaluating programs and tax expenditures: Center for American Progress has developed a performance review process that helps the government to undertake a systematic review of spending programs and tax expenditures.
- Managing in a fishbowl: closing federal leadership gaps: a new CCL study offers insight into the leadership development needs of government leaders and offers some on-the job solutions to help enhance the skills of current leaders and create leaders for tomorrow.
- Taking care of business: the VA commits to training.
- Envisioning sustainable communities: sustainability's application in real-world public policy bears a closer look.
- Food for thought: is a French fry a vegetable? The cost of healthy foods and the lack of physical activity among children and teenagers are fueling the obesity epidemic.
- Open leadership builds relationships: open leadership author Charlene Li opens up in this first TPM exchange about how interactive technology enables leaders to be authentic, credible, well-connected, and well-informed.
- 2011 Service to America finalists.