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Posted by on Dec 23, 2020

Anchors in Changing Times

Anchors in Changing Times

What’s changed for you in 2020? A boss or colleague left your organization New government restrictions changed how you do your job Your team implemented a new process It wouldn’t matter if you read those bullets today, ten years ago, or even a century ago. Largely, they’re the same concerns we face virtually every year. […]

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Posted by on Dec 14, 2020

DoD Contractors Score 99% with OSHA and FLSA Compliance

DoD Contractors Score 99% with OSHA and FLSA Compliance

A few months ago, the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) annual review of DOD contractor labor practices was published. The report culls through practice standards established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to distinguish between willful, repeated, and willful and repeated violations. The Data The study analyzed […]

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Posted by on Dec 9, 2020

Pivoting Agile Servant Leadership in the Time of COVID-19

Pivoting Agile Servant Leadership in the Time of COVID-19

While this blog’s title is packed with buzzwords, each word has a deep and profound meaning for modern leaders. At a time when Management Concepts is rolling out multiple new courses on leadership, the practice of leadership itself is shifting. Due to the current global pandemic, leaders at every level are presented with an opportunity […]

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Posted by on Dec 1, 2020

Managing Risk in the Federal Space

Managing Risk in the Federal Space

There are moments in any effort where you get the sense that the people, outputs, or efforts are out of control. You don’t know precisely when it happened, but you do recognize that you have a limited ability to sway the outcomes. In such situations, you may want to take a page from the General […]

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Posted by on Nov 10, 2020

A Veterans Day Tribute – Who Won the Battle?

A Veterans Day Tribute – Who Won the Battle?

The old (anonymous) poem puts it poignantly: For want of a nail, the shoe was lost.For want of a shoe, the horse was lost.For want of a horse, the rider was lost.For want of a rider, the battle was lost.For want of a battle, the kingdom was lost.And all for the want of a nail. […]

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