Mazujinn Full of cases and examples, which I truly appreciate and enjoy, the book shows how working with public sector unions and other stakeholders, approaching the task of reinventing government strategically, and looking at multiple pathways to success are possible. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Shifting Control Away from the Top and Center 8. Author Osborne, David David E. A Practical Guide, 7th ed.
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Tactical Air Command did - read this book. In the pages of Banishing Bureaucracy, David Osborne, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Reinventing Government, and Peter Plastrik, one of the most respected innovators to come out of state government in the past decade, provide a road map by which reinventors and political thinkers of all persuasions can actually make "reinvention" work.
Reinvention is not just another word for reform, nor is it synonymous with downsizing, or privatization, or simply cutting waste and fraud. It is about something much deeper, something tantamount to changing the very "DNA" of public organizations so that they habitually innovate, continually improving their performance without having to be pushed from outside.
It is about building an entrepreneurially minded public sector with a built-in drive to improve - what some would call a self-renewing system. Contents 1. Levels of the Game: Targeting the Strategies 3. Aligning the Strategies The Courage to Reinvent App. The Principles of Reinventing Government App. Resources for Reinventors.
Banishing Bureaucracy (Summary)