John D Donahue; John F. Kennedy School of Government.; Council for Excellence in Government.
|注意：||"An undertaking of the Innovations in American Government Awards Program of the Ford Foundation, Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and the Council for Excellence in Government."|
|描述：||xiii, 216 p. ; 23 cm.|
|内容：||Jamming in the symphony --
Fast track product recall --
Transforming military supply --
Shutting down sweatshops --
Collecting taxes by telephone --
Banishing chlorofluorocarbons --
Boosting legal hiring --
Sharing tricks to pare costs --
Reclaiming relevance --
Motivating job safety --
Collaborative stewardship --
Reforging the community connection --
Getting new drugs on the market --
Rebuilding disaster management --
Keeping pensions secure.
|责任：||John D. Donahue, editor ; with a foreword by Alan Altshuler and Patricia McGinnis.|
Confounding the conventional wisdom that federal government doesn't work, is bureaucratic in implementation and moribund in innovation, this book profiles the 14 federal institutions that have won awards in the Ford Foundation's annual "Innovation in American Government" competition since 1995.
- Political planning -- United States.
- Administrative agencies -- United States -- Management.
- Organizational change -- United States.
- Government productivity -- United States.
- Administrative agencies -- Management.
- Government productivity.
- Organizational change.
- Political planning.
- United States.