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TMG’s Take…on Your Most “Dangerous” Employees

In a recent Washington Technology article, author John Hillen raises a critical question for any company – particularly those undergoing or poised for significant growth: ‘Do you know who your most dangerous employee is?’ […]

By |August 29, 2016|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on “Oh No! She Knows Everything!”

What is your first thought when an employee announces her resignation? “Oh No! She Knows Everything!”, an article written by James Pooley and published by Potomac Techwire, shares nine ways to minimize the information security risk associated with departing employees. […]

By |June 30, 2016|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…Cost Cutting Can Limit Growth

A recent opinion column by Bob Davis in Washington Technology “Cutting Layers of Management Exposes Strategic Risks” discusses the difficult balance companies must maintain to grow while simultaneously cutting costs. […]

By |October 29, 2015|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Confidentiality is Key

A recent article in The Washington Post, “Metro’s search for general manager set back by 3 finalists’ withdrawals”, highlighted the often-overlooked consequences of information about recruited candidates becoming public during the process. […]

By |March 4, 2015|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Conducting Great Interviews

Lockheed Martin’s CEO Marillyn Hewson recently shared five of her favorite interview questions in her LinkedIn Influencer column, “Would I Hire You? My Top 5 Interview Questions”.  While most of us will never have the opportunity to interview with Hewson, we can all learn from what she asks. […]

By |October 14, 2014|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Counteroffers – No One Wins

A recent article published in The Washington Business Journal’s FedBiz column featured a dispute between Booz Allen and a former employee, Gia Allen. Ms. Allen claims that Booz Allen extended a counteroffer to entice her to decline a competing firm’s offer, and then failed to deliver the promised incentives. […]

By |April 28, 2014|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Demand for Data Scientists

In a recent article in FCW, “Demand grows for data scientists”, the author, Frank Konkel, discusses how the addition of 2.5 Quintillion bytes of information every day to our current systems has affected the demand for data scientists. […]

By |August 20, 2013|Categories: Articles & Insights, Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Sequestration and Federal Contracting

Tim Ward, Principal at The McCormick Group Inc., recently had a Q&A session with Emily Mekinc from the Washington Business Journal about sequestration and the government contracting market. […]

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TMG’s Take…on The Cost of Conflicts

Two recent news stories regarding organizational conflicts of interest should catch the attention of leadership teams at federal government contractors. […]

By |March 21, 2012|Categories: Government Contracting, TMG's Take|Tags: , |
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TMG’s Take…on Succession Planning

A perspective on Government Contracting issues from The McCormick Group. In a recent Washington Post article, Executive Coach Joyce Russell notes three significant consequences companies can face by not having an effective succession plan in place: 1) suffering major disruptions of work; [...]

By |March 2, 2011|Categories: Government Contracting, TMG's Take|