HARVARD MAGAZINE - Racial unrest, crumbling infrastructure, and a failing public education system are just a few of the many serious problems the United States government can’t seem to fix. Political gridlock, the cause, is so deep-set that some business leaders worry it will threaten the country’s economic growth.
BOSTON HERALD - Now more than ever, it feels like good public policy is an afterthought to political performance. A quick scan of the headlines shows partisan point-scoring has crowded out independent decision-making. My time in government gave me a front-row seat to this shift in how governing is done, and I know we can do better. We have to do better.
HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW - Imagine you are a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. You are deliberating over a bill that addresses a critical national challenge that should be handled on a bipartisan basis.