GTI Summit – Not All Spending is Equal

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Needless government waste. Unrestrained government spending. A national debt exceeding $17 Trillion.

These are the headlines that motivated January’s Government Transformation Initiative (GTI) Summit, where I had the opportunity to speak on a panel with other distinguished government efficiency experts including Mark Forman, CEO of the Government Transaction Services, Scott Quehl, Senior Principal at Accenture, and J. Christopher Mihm, Managing Director, Strategic Issues, U. S. GAO. Read More


A Call For Congressional Leadership Reform (Part 2)

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10 Ways to Improve Leadership in Congress and Prevent the Next Government Shutdown

In Part 1 of “Call for Congressional Leadership”, Steve Goodrich shared five ways to improve Congress:

* Focus on America
* Make Decisions
* Change the Terms of Office
* Work Together to Plan for our Future
* Have a 20 Year Plan to Balance the Budget (for good) Read More


A Call For Congressional Leadership Reform (Part 1)

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10 Ways to Improve Leadership in Congress and Prevent the Next Government Shutdown

Our system of Congressional governance is in need of change, and it will take real courage to do it. This is a time to be practical, not political. With social insurance, healthcare, tax reform, immigration, and many other policy issues facing our nation and placing pressure on our finances, Congress needs to act, and the time is now. The following are some of my recommendations for stronger Congressional leadership: Read More

COE Co-Sponsors GTI Summit: Innovation & the Future of Government

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Steve Goodrich Podium GTI Summit (2014.01)Last week, The Center for Organizational Excellence, Inc. (COE) co-sponsored the first Government Transformation Summit, held by the Government Transformation Initiative (GTI) at the National Press Club. COE President and GTI Vice Chairman Steve Goodrich spoke at the summit alongside distinguished speakers David Walker, Former Comptroller General and Chairman of GTI, and Tom Davis, Director of GR at Deloitte LLP. Read More