What postal issues are most important? That depends a lot on what your perspective is. Sooner or later, it comes down to the number, cost and productivity of postal employees. The postal unions can help or hinder the modernization of the organization. Their current position calling for the resignation of the...

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Is This Not News?

Posted in Featured, Points of View, Policy Perspectives by  •  November 3, 2014

We know there is a lot going on in the world, but the announcement by the Postal Service that they would not be raising postage rates in January is news that has not been picked up by the media. Everybody knows the Postal Service is broke. Or is it, really? What is going on? It’s the Economy Good economic news...

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The Postal Service is a very large organization with a lot of moving parts, all subject to error. It is easy for critics to point to mistakes, and it is tempting to build policy recommendations based on anecdotes, personal opinion and even mistaken assumptions.  That may be where we have been for a while. We need to...

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Organizations reveal their strategies through actions that build new capabilities. What are the trends that reveal the strategies of the U.S. Postal Service? Governance, Regulation and Business Models: Minor Adjustments Bring Major Benefits A large part of the current postal financial crisis has been caused by...

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“Customers – Connections – Collaboration” What: PostalVision 2020/5.0 Conference When: March 10 -11, 2015 Where: Ritz Carlton, Pentagon City, VA (DC) Registration opens: October, 2014 In Partnership With: Why? To expand our horizons, scope, imagination and vision of the ideal postal ecosystem to...

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