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John Sporing
Works at Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Attended University of Texas, San Antonio
Lives in Washington, DC suburbs
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Treat your employees as strategic partners, and they'll stay by your side for life.
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The underrepresentation of women in federal technology leadership positions could be hurting the industry, says CIO Monica Eaton-Cardone.
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All told, there are some 1.6 million government workers (including state and local) in positions where data is “central to the job,” according to a recent Commerce Department report.
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You don’t have to do it all. We women can have it all, right? The common misunderstanding is that we have to do it all in order to have it all. If you doubt it, do a search for “busy business woman” images online and most of the pictures will feature a multi-armed woman juggling an infant, a frying pan, a cell phone, a computer, cleaning products and a briefcase. And smiling like she’s on mind-altering substances. Don’t buy into that! Outsource. ...
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Take a look at the companies and spacecraft that NASA thinks might help lead humanity's journeys into space.
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Project Oxygen started out as an attempt by Google’s People and Innovation Lab to prove that managers don’t really matter. It ended up proving the opposite.
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The government continues to face a laundry list of challenges in recruiting and retaining cyber talent, including fierce competition from the private sector and an inability to shell out top-dollar salaries.
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Sure, everyone knows blunt, impolite, and even rude people who are somehow extremely successful. (I know a bunch of them.)But since we're all more likely to build professional and personal relationships -- and do business -- with people with people we like, we're naturally drawn to individuals who are polite, modest, agreeable, kind.In short, we're drawn to people who are charming. I know a bunch of them too, and here's how they do it:1. They wil...
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There are some things that are so big that they have implications for everyone, whether we want them to or not. Big Data is one of those concepts, and is completely transforming the way we do business and is impacting most other parts of our lives.It’s such an important idea that everyone from your grandma to your CEO needs to have a basic understanding of what it is and why it’s important.What is Big Data?“Big Data” means different things to dif...
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If life's pace is too fast and frantic, practice being mindful and meditating every day--even briefly--to unclutter your mind.
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Johan Rockström says humanity has already raced past four of the nine boundaries keeping our planet hospitable to modern life. Writer John Carey digs into the theory -- and why Rockström says his i...
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Education
  • University of Texas, San Antonio
    BBA Finance, 1983 - 1987
  • St. Mary's University of Texas
    MA Economics, 1987 - 1990
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Federal Manager
Employment
  • Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
    Chief, 2009 - present
  • U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
    Asst Chief, 1992 - 2009
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Washington, DC suburbs
Previously
Military brat - Germany, Spain, Georgia, Arizona, Texas
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