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#ThrowbackThursday: Secretary of State Holds Town Hall With @StateDept Employees

Posted: 1:36 pm ET
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The photograph below was taken on May 30, 2013, about four months into Secretary John Kerry’s tenure as the 68th Secretary of State.   320 more words

State Department

"Shipwrecked" Management Team Returns To A Completely Different Company

When one of the worlds leading sailboat makers realized the company was dead in the water – completely unable to innovate – the CEO invited the management team for an extensive workshop on one of their sailing boats. 211 more words

No thaw in sight for @StateDept hiring freeze until reorganization plan is "fully developed"

Posted: 4:17 pm ET
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Via the Daily Press Briefing | April 13, 2017:

QUESTION: There is an internal memo that went around as well as something that was updated online that even though the OMB lifted the hiring freeze, the federal hiring freeze, that the Secretary Tillerson, that the State Department was going to maintain its hiring freeze. 1,115 more words

State Department

Board attendance records and meetings

About once a quarter, one or more members of the public request the Supervisors’ attendance records for their public Board meetings. As the Clerk to the Board of Supervisors, it is easy for my team to provide the records because we attend every Board meeting, publish the meeting minutes for every meeting, and video record every meeting. 210 more words

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Go Where God Leads

In 1980, when I was eight years old, I stood in a beautiful Catholic Church watching tears pool in my mother’s eyes and slowly run down her cheeks. 1,093 more words

Catholicism

Continuous Reorganization beats Continuous Improvement

Recognizing that legions of change agents promoting continuous improvements were not able to break ground for a cultural change in his company , the CEO of a large toothpaste manufacturer has taken the decision to switch to a more radical model: continuous reorganization. 127 more words