Monthly Archives: September 2010

Evidence Based Practice…or Practice Based Evidence?

“we are dealing with two different types of challenges and processes. In those situations like random clinical trials, where there is little variation and high degrees of control, we can use EBP to drive results. But in general, the challenges of managing people and changing what they do, are complex problems. These are best assessed by the inverse PBE approach. ” Continue reading

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Success Leaves Clues: The Core Principles of Government Improvement

“Works better; costs less.” A catchy phrase, a good slogan. When it comes to the work of government, regardless of political orientation, everyone agrees they want government to work as well as possible. Continue reading

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“Fed” Up? The challenge of improving U.S. Federal recruiting & hiring

Good luck, Mr. Berry. By the way, if you have any openings for an experienced government process improvement leader, with knowledge of the recruiting and hiring process, please call. I’m available. Continue reading

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