Transforming Government in the Red Ink Era
Steve Goldsmith has weighed in with why old ideas won't work with the current fiscal crunch, making the case that the circumstances are unprecedented and...
Steve Goldsmith has weighed in with why old ideas won't work with the current fiscal crunch, making the case that the circumstances are unprecedented and demand fresh ideas. In a related vein, Professor Goldsmith offers his reading list for transformational government -- some resources helping to guide those who lead in these challenging times.
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