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Welcome to our spring issue of The Public Manager. Imagine yourself in a favorite space. I’m reading you this column. Eyes closed, you are contemplative. You reflect on where you and your team have been, and then you envision where you want to go next. Now, open your eyes. Look around. It’s time for designing and developing for success. Research shows that it’s important to look inward to lead forward; experts make a solid case for introspection before charging ahead. In this issue we address visual,  intellectual, and conceptual design.

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Communities of Practice: Government, Human Capital

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  • Ilyse Veron

    Ilyse Veron is the Editor of The Public Manager as well as author of Editorial Perspective and a regular blogger and podcast anchor for www.thepublicmanager.org. Her previous credits include more than a decade with MacNeil-Lehrer Productions and bylines in Wired and Education Week's Digital Directions magazines, at cq.com, Foxnews.com, and in newspapers coast to coast via the Scripps Howard Wire Service.

    Her career began at The Brookings Institution, followed by years at Congressional Quarterly . In the mid-90s, she served as principal researcher on The System, a book by David Broder and Haynes Johnson. From 1995-2002 she reported for the NewsHour on national and business news, earning an Emmy award for coverage of the Justice Department's case against Microsoft and recognition from both the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the National Press Club. Since 2002 Ms. Veron has specialized in outreach and project management, working on citizen events and broadcasts such as PBS's By the People and Bernanke on the Record. In 2006 she developed a Generation Next: Talk to Power content partnership between the NewsHour and Yahoo News anchored by Judy Woodruff, and she has since developed content on various media platforms for nonpartisan nonprofits with a national focus.

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