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By Scott, Rodney; Boyd, Ross
Examines New Zealand's deceptively simple but effective program to improve public services. THe book explores how and why the New Zealand government made progress and how its program was able to create and sustain the commitment of public servants and unleash the creativity of pu...blic entrepreneurs.Read more
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Edited by Kettl, Donald F.; Goldsmitth, Stephen; Contributions by Eggers, William D.; Rabe, Barry G.; Posner, Paul L.
Explores the potential, strategies, and best practices of high-performance networks while identifying issues in public sector network management. This title employs sector-specific analyses to reveal how networked governance achieves previously unthinkable policy goals.
By Cels, Sanderijn; De Jong, Jorrit; Nauta, Frans
Presents case studies of social innovation that have led to significant social change. This title offers illustrations and insightful interpretations of how innovators, social entrepreneurs, and change agents are dealing with powerful opponents, the burdens of bureaucracy, and th...e challenge of securing resources and support.Read more
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Edited by Jong, Jorrit de; Rizvi, Gowher
Documents a worrisome gap between principles and practice in democratic governance. This book explores the ways in which democratic institutions fail or succeed to create the equal opportunities that they have promised to deliver to the people they serve.
Edited by Borins, Sandford F.
What is the future of government innovation? This book attempts to answer this question by presenting a comprehensive approach to advancing the practice of innovation in government. It discusses research on innovation, explores the impact of several programs that recognize innova...tion, and considers challenges to the replication of innovations.Read more
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