Robert J. Marshak of the AU/NTL program is the author of Covert Processes at Work: Managing the Five Hidden Dimensions of Organizational Change (Berrett-Koehler, 2006), which addresses the concealed forces at play in offices around the world.
SPA professor Robert Durant’s book, The Greening of the U.S. Military: Environmental Policy, National Security, and Organizational Change, traces the struggle to raise environmental consciousness and responsibility within the modern military.
When Tamara Rivera attended her first day of orientation at the State Department, she didn’t realize she would feel so at home.
When Tamara Rivera, SPA/MA ’08 and a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) at the State Department, didn’t realize she would feel so at home in the prestigious program. “American University” was a common starting point for participants.
D.C. mayor Adrian Fenty pledged to improve the city’s schools and found a key person to help him do it: Tonya Vidal Kinlow SPA/MPA ’05.
In reorganizing Washington’s police department, chief Cathy Lanier enlisted SPA alum Joshua Ederheimer to oversee recruiting, training, criminal intelligence, and the construction of a new DNA lab.