The Next Government of the United States: Challenges for Performance in the 21st Century

 

The Next Government of the United States: Challenges for Performance in the 21st Century

The Next Government of the United States: Challenges for Performance in the 21st Century
The Next Government of the United States: Challenges for Performance in the 21st Century
So, what happens next? The next president will face a very different set of management challenges from the ones that confronted the current president when he took office. Can we begin to predict and start preparing to respond to these challenges? That...

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Wednesday, November 30th, 2005 - 20:00
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So, what happens next? The next president will face a very different set of management challenges from the ones that confronted the current president when he took office. Can we begin to predict and start preparing to respond to these challenges? That is the task that Dr. Kettl took on, through our encouragement, using his insightful essay in Part I of this report to promote discussion during a two-day forum that the IBM Center for The Business of Government convened this past summer.

Read The Washington Post's article about this report titled "Government Must Change To Meet Future Storms" by Federal Diary columnist Stephen Barr.