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Aug
09
2017

HUBZone Truths

By Greg Cullison

 

What's that you heard about working with a HUBZone firm? It's time to lay the myths to rest. As a SBA-CERTIFIED HUBZONE FIRM, we help our partners save time and money – and win contracts. Let’s talk about these truths:

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Aug
02
2017

Spoiler Alert - Here's Why You Need a HUBZone Partner

By Dan Jodarski

 

In the movies, it's pretty clear that Bruce Wayne is Batman. However, all aha moments are not so obvious---understanding the advantages of partnering with a HUBZone firm may not be so clear. You’ve heard of HUBZone, but you are not sure why and how it can benefit your business. For prime contractors, there are some important benefits to partnering with a HUBZone firm. Let’s talk about three advantages. Consider this your spoiler alert! 

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Mar
24
2016

10 Must-Reads for Every Executive

By John Dillard

If you’ve been following my regular posts and are intrigued by Microslices, or if you’ve read my book, then you’re probably interested in how technology, data science, and millennial culture is changing knowledge work. You might be an organization that sells professional services and you know that you need to revise your strategy. You might be a buyer of knowledge workers, and you want to understand how to make sure you’re adapting to the change.

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Mar
10
2016

3 Bad Options for Automation in Government

By John Dillard

If you have worked around government, you’ve probably seen a lot of bad technology. This is criminal, because technology is supposed to make things better, faster, or cheaper. In government, technology sometimes seems to make a bad process worse even faster.  

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Feb
22
2016

7 Strategies for the Government Executive

By John Dillard

In my last post I wrote about the implications of accelerating compression, automation, and specialization of knowledge work. That post dealt with commercial organizations, but the imperative to act is as important, if not more important for government executives.

Don’t believe me? Well listen up: the US federal government spent roughly $308 billion – roughly equal to the nominal GDP of Denmark – on services contracts in 2012.

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