By Geoff Loftus
As Hamlet might have said, â€œTo lead or not to lead; that is the question.â€ Actually that isnâ€™t a question for most Forbes readers. Your question is: â€œHow best to lead?â€ Fortunately, William Shakespeare, who died 400 years ago on April 23, has many answers to that question, but weâ€™re going to limit ourselves to three of them.
By Dr. William Oliver Hedgepeth
Program Director, GovernmentÂ Contracts and Acquisition at American Public University
What I devised was a business transitions war-game. The problems attacked were real. One problem was how to save an Alaskan village about to be swept into the sea from a raging ice storm. From the military side, it was whether or not to make a deal with the Taliban instead of shooting at them. None of these are small problems. The answers are at a strategic level.
By Tom Fox
The Washington Post
Now that the new yearÂ is well underway, it's time to switch gears from thinking about what goals to set for the monthsÂ ahead to thinking aboutÂ how to actually pull them off.Â For federal leaders looking to do better in 2016, there are a number of highly readable books that offer a great starting point and some helpful insights.