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April 10, 2011

Federal Passbacks Require Lean Thinking

Author: Jack Moore | Director This budgeting and pass-back season for the Federal government was more tumultuous than most. With both sides of aisle agreeing that the Federal budget needs to be cut dramatically without offsetting tax increases, Federal workers and their budgets are taking the brunt of this version of “the perfect storm.” Over […]

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April 10, 2011

Change won’t work without a human center

Author: Sue Evans | CEO Talk about driving change is everywhere.  Organizations talk of transforming themselves through it, oppressed populations clamor for it, and presidents get elected on a platform of it. As an ergonomist, I’m interested in focusing on the human element to drive change in organizations – in small single unit teams, federal agencies or international corporations.  […]

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December 16, 2010

Knowledge Management Portals – Turning Failures into Successes

Author: Bob Etris | Project Manager Industry research shows that a large percentage of portal projects fail after significant delays, cost, and frustration.  Reviewing specific case studies highlights some common pitfalls, including: Selecting the wrong solution Lacking a mature change plan Relying on an immature business plan Suffering buy-in problems Missing accountability Issue #1 – […]

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