Fire Your Annual Performance Review

Posted on June 10th, by Jeffrey Morgan in on the job. No Comments

The Ultimate Manager

My English Shepherd, Birdie is the ultimate manager. Now that lawn and garden season has finally arrived, he is always barking at the crack of dawn. “Up and Adam! Time to get working in the garden. Hop to it!” As soon as we are hard at work, Birdie digs a hole so he … Read More »


Reforming the Future of Education

Posted on June 9th, by Jeff Barison in About the Public Sector, Public Sector News. No Comments

Back in 2010, the Obama Administration compiled and published a broad-based collection of education initiatives.  Many of these initiatives received substantive media fanfare while other parts of the education reform process were simply put in motion.

More specifically, the reform of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) generated immense press from the NY Times to the … Read More »


Calling Skilled Tradeswomen: Uncle Sam Wants You

Posted on June 9th, by Tulsa Welding School in About the Public Sector, Public Sector News. No Comments

Since World War II, the U.S. government has recognized women’s knack for the skilled trades. As Uncle Sam pointed men, and some women, to the battlefields, Rosie the Riveter steered women to the munitions factories. Today, women are again encouraged to enter the skilled trades to help alleviate labor shortages. As Tulsa Welding School underscores … Read More »


The New Torches and Pitchforks

Posted on June 9th, by Randy Burba in About the Public Sector. 2 comments

We’ve all heard that actions speak louder than words but I don’t think that is an axiom we can decry with a certainty any longer; in part, as a result of the power of the social media sound bites. The tag line or sound bite from an incident is often more powerful and persuasive than … Read More »