Vol. 43 Nbr. 2, June - June 2014
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- The public manager and public service.
- The new normal.
- Now is the time to improve federal employee engagement: as the nation's largest and most diversified employer, the federal government must construct--and sustain--effective approaches to deal with agency-specific employee engagement.
- What's in your training wallet?
- Homelessness analytics demonstrate open government project: the partnership between the Departments of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs embraces the principles of open government, a top priority of the Obama administration.
- Developing the next generation of government leaders.
- Effective leaders create healthy work environments.
- Collaboration v.2: respective and collective.
- Can middle managers successfully build extraordinary capabilities?
- Help wanted: a new kind of collaborative leader.
- Overcoming barriers to collaboration.
- Clinton partnerships show benefits of public-sector collaboration.
- Individuality, integration: leadership styles in team collaboration.
- The problem with assumption and the power of inquiry.
- Repairing government's management deficiency.
- Public managers and politically driven change: a retrospective.
- You call yourself a leader? Here's what a follower thinks.
- Modernize the budget process to reflect technology realities: reforming the budget process for technology to capture savings and provide financial transparency can allow government to benefit from significant advances already being realized in the private sector.
- Lean in to team conflict.
- Helping the public understand what government writes.
- Infusing a 'can-do' spirit into the public sector.
- Time hasn't changed public service.