UNDERSTANDING CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS, MANAGING DIFFERENT GENERATIONS
The recession of 2008 not only created market failures but also a workforce of four different and distinct generations. Read more.
THE WHITE HOUSE IS JUST A BUILDING; NSC DESERVES ATTENTION
Despite the importance of its mission, there is little coverage of the workings of the National Security Council and the massive interagency effort required to make NSC processes work. Read more.
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MANAGEMENT LESSONS FROM THE ROAD
Tropes are simply defined by Wikipedia as “a commonly recurring literary or rhetorical device, motif or cliché.” In movies, there are a finite number of tropes, themes and plots. Read more.
A COMMITTEE OF FIVE AND THE AMERICAN MIND
A dying declaration is a legal exception to the hearsay rule, when a dying person’s last words are admitted as evidence to prove the truth of a matter asserted. Today, we consider a declaration of creation for the American mind. Read more.
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