OpsLens > Military and Police

By Stephen Owsinski: Following the most recent spate of murders of our nation’s police officers, we have witnessed the rise of an honorable tradition. In recent months, three cops killed in the line of duty whose alleged assailants were…

Political Football

By T.B. Lefever: It’s less than a week after Super Bowl LI, and many in the city of Atlanta are still in a state of deep depression, with the exception of the staggering thirty-seven percent of carpet bagging Metro-Atlanta…

By Chad Storlie: “HIRE VETERANS” has been a hot tagline for years. Federal agencies, non-profits, and corporations benefit immensely by hiring veterans because military veteran employees are attentive, possess leadership skills, work well on teams, have a global perspective,…

By T.B. Lefever: From the Jerky Boys to Comedy Central’s Crank Yankers, prank phone calls are as American as apple pie. They can be a hilarious source of harmless entertainment when done properly, or they can be harassment when…

 By Chad Storlie: The major challenges to organizations today read like a bad 1970’s science fiction novel: disengaged workers, over regulation, rising costs, a looming retirement wave of the most skilled and experienced workers, and technology trends that rapidly…