Author Archive

Dan Chenok

Management

How Government Program Management Took a Cue from The Big Screen

The 1985 film “The Breakfast Club” played a key role in helping government build program management capability.

Management

How Agencies Could Incentivize Private Sector Investment in Their Missions

Commercial capital could provide a powerful boost to public sector modernization.

Management

The Individuals Behind Government's Success Stories

The recent history of government reforms provides important lessons for leaders.

Management

Understanding Blockchain’s Promise for Government

The technology can help government drive improved performance and economic activity.

Management

How the U.S. Can Effectively Share Threat Information With Other Nations

A new report draws lessons from U.S. and European experts on how best to build trust and effectiveness in exchanging insight across borders.

Management

How Government Can Best Address Cyber Risks

A new report offers a model to help agencies become more resilient in responding to risks adequately and appropriately.

Management

Seven Drivers of Government Transformation

Agency leaders must continually adapt to this ever changing landscape, but how?

Management

Making Government’s Massive Programs Work: Now It’s the Law

Implementing the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act.

Management

The Path to Better Management of Government’s Huge Programs

A new law guides the way to delivering on large-scale change initiatives.

Management

How Do You Do a Start-Up in the Government?

Leaders who have helped to stand up new agencies points to a number of lessons.

Management

How to Get Off to a Strong Start: A Guide for the Next President

Getting a new administration off the ground is like launching a startup while simultaneously conducting the largest corporate takeover in the world.

Management

How to Make Smart, Timely Decisions

Some advice for the next president and his or her team.