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32 July 15, 2013 FCW.COM Bookshelf in this town demands a fascinating blend of patience and impatience --- coupling a bold commitment to moving quickly with the resilience to not be deterred by the inevitable pitfalls along the way. Lightning-round picks George Labovitz and Victor Rosan- sky recently published "Rapid Realignment," the follow-up to their groundbreaking book of the 1990s, "The Power of Align- ment." Aligning large, disparate groups is still a crucial job skill in today s environment. And if you still haven t read "The Speed of Trust" by Stephen M.R. Covey, then you re way behind in understanding that continuing to work in low-trust environments results in a heavy tax on both time and money --- at a moment when we can least afford it. Moving a little further a eld, in "Founding Brothers," Joseph J. Ellis has written a compelling tale about incredibly gifted but very human individuals confronting incredible challenges. It s a book of big issues and big personalities. It wasn t all "sunshine and light" among the Founding Fathers, but oh, what a set of accomplishments in the end. And, nally, if all this talk about change seems overwhelming, you could always escape to an epic fantasy saga with a twist. In "A Game of Thrones" by George R.R. Martin, good guys die and bad people survive. It will make your current scal woes seem pale by comparison. ■ David M. Wennergren is the Defense Department s assistant deputy chief management of cer and an FCW Eagle award winner who has served several times as a judge for the Fed- eral 100 awards. COLLABORATION SOLUTIONS TRANSFORMING GOVERNMENT AGENCIES FIND A LOT TO LIKE IN COLLABORATION TOOLS COLLABORATION: A BROADENING OF HORIZONS BUDGET CUTS DRIVE SURGE IN WEBCASTS SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATIONS REQUIRE MORE THAN GOOD TOOLS AGENCIES INVEST IN FUTURE OF COLLABORATION TOPICS INCLUDE: Sponsored by Adobe TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: FCW.COM/2013COLLABSOLUTIONS RESEARCH REPORT David M. Wennergren Being a successful IT professional in this town demands a fascinating blend of patience and impatience.
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