Banishing Bureaucracy: The Five Strategies for Reinventing Government

Plume, 1998 - 397 pages
David Osborne's 1992 bestseller, "Reinventing Government," was a landmark book that identified ten principles for creating a more efficient government. This essential sequel goes one step further, focusing on strategic levers for changing public systems and organizations on a permanent basis to achieve dynamic increases in effectiveness, efficiency, adaptability, and capacity to innovate. In an age of disillusionment with public service, "Banishing Bureaucracy" offers inspiring stories of organizations that really work and provides specific recipes for effective change. Here is a road map by which reinventors can actually make "reinvention" work.

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BANISHING BUREAUCRACY: The Five Strategies for Reinventing Your Government

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An upbeat but unpersuasive advertisement for solving the problems of government through public management reform. Osborne, coauthor of the influential Reinventing Government (1992) and Plastrik (a ... Consulter l'avis complet

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In this volume, Osborne, coauthor of Reinventing Government (Addison-Wesley, 1992), and Plastrik, a Michigan political strategist, assess the "reinvention" movement and recommend five strategies to ... Consulter l'avis complet

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David Osborne, managing partner of The Public Strategies Group, has served as an advisor to Vice President Al Gore, a consultant to America?s public sector managers and a counselor to leaders worldwide. He lives in Essex, Massachusetts.

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