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Lessons About Government Performance From Latin America

When data-driven management becomes a leadership strategy.

State Department Official Wants 'Frozen' to Teach Kids About Climate Change

How Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and Co. could help fight global warming.

The Head of American Overseas Media Picked a Fight With Russian State TV

In New York Times interview, Andrew Lack compares Russia Today to the Islamic State.

New Tool Creates 'Common Language' for Success in City Governments

APQC’s Process Classification Framework helps improve productivity and communications through performance standards.

The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many Employees It Needs

Laws capping number of employees have been waived since 2002.

5 Strategic Planning Mistakes to Avoid in 2015

How to keep those new initiatives on track.

Attention: A Muscle to Strengthen

A doctor's recommendations for mental health evoke more philosophy than biology.

"We should be open to anything and everything," Michelle Lee said. "Including topics raised in the 113th Congress, and it could be new ideas."

Obama Nominee Stays Mum on Fighting Patent Trolls

Michelle Lee is a popular pick to run the Patent and Trademark Office. But don’t expect her to prescribe to Congress how—or when—it should tackle patent trolls.

How to Uncover Happiness When You're a Leader

Stress can lead to depression, if you're not paying attention.