Management & Productivity

Toward the facts and away from the fake: How to lead your stakeholders to the truth

Most government relations professionals have been perplexed, concerned and challenged by the “fake news” dynamic.

How to turn your government relations committee into a strategic asset

If you can use your government relations committee skilfully, you can create a truly valuable asset for your advocacy endeavors. Read 4 tips from a government relations executive.

2016: A year of giving back to the DC community

Globally, 11,120 Bloomberg employees provided more than 125,000 hours of community service in cities around the world in 2016.

Former Treasury Secretary Paulson: Be ready to change course

Henry Paulson led one of the biggest government bailouts in history. Here he shares what he’s learned about leadership and career planning.

Why disruption is the wrong strategy for associations

What if the key for association success is a business model not based on disruption, but on maintaining business priorities consistent with current trends? What is the key to success is to be – gasp – boring?

Trump and his daunting change management challenge

How does the new leadership of the Trump administration bring their energy to the federal workforce and succeed? The key to success resides in understanding the principles of change management.

2 ways to improve your business development strategy

Our goal is to provide clients the tools and information they need to be successful in their work. For our federal contracting clients, the pressure to grow their business is always top of mind.

Three problems with top-down teams (and how to fix them)

A researcher shows how to encourage participation, influence, and even conflict.

Bloomberg is helping kids get ahead in school

As part of our Best of Bloomberg volunteer program, Bloomberg employees help students succeed in a number of different programs.

4 ways to maintain an entrepreneurial spirit on the job

Whether you’re looking to further your career in a different organization or looking to grow within your department, having an entrepreneurial spirit and being a constant student never fails.