Going forward, perhaps we ought to cut office patois some slack – it greases the wheels of business, after all.
Lawmakers from both parties welcome reforms some doubted would ever happen.
New findings show no lack of vision, but a shortage of corresponding skill sets.
Facilitating silence can be a powerful tool for bringing out the best thinking from those around you.
The change is part of a series of Obama administration reforms to improve the Senior Executive Service.
Nobody likes to wait for service, but we seem to reserve a special level of ire when waiting for government services. There’s a way to change that.
Former secretary of State becomes first presidential candidate to back implementation of DATA Act.
Questions about the presumptive Republican nominee dominated a press conference of North America’s top leaders, culminating in a rant by President Obama.
Connecting with the public goes beyond updating a website or posting to Facebook.
A proposed change to a common U.S. customs form would allow the government to vet travelers’ social media accounts.
The switch in their first joint campaign appearance is a reflection of the Democrats' confidence—and her lead in the polls.