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A new city O/S the power of open, collaborative and distributed governance

Author: Stephen Goldsmith; Neil Kleiman
Publisher: Washington, D.C. Brookings Institution Press 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Based on decades of direct experience and years studying successful models around the world, the authors of this intriguing book propose a new operating system (O/S) for cities. Former mayor and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Goldsmith; Neil Kleiman
ISBN: 9780815732860 0815732864 9780815732877 0815732872
OCLC Number: 1050038052
Description: 208 p.
Contents: Foreword, Steve CaseAcknowledgments1. The Pivot to a New Government Operating SystemDistributed, Innovative, and OpenThe Pros and Cons of Municipal BureaucracyToday's Best Practices Are Necessary but Not SufficientBuilding Blocks of the New O/SWhy Now?2. The State of Innovation: What We Have and What We're MissingAssessing the Current Innovation LandscapeThoughts and Theories Toward a New O/S3. UX: Placing Citizens and ThoseWho Serve Them at the CenterWhen Government Uses UXCitizen-Focused UXUX for Public EmployeesA Never-Ending Effort4. Government That Acts in TimeOperating in TimeRegulating in TimeRegulation in a Distributed WorldCity as Referee in the Information Game5. The Problem-Solving Public ServantAllegheny County's Empowered CaseworkersKey Components of a Data-Infused SystemPublic Servants in the Data-Infused SystemManaging More Autonomous EmployeesNew O/S for Human Resources6. Mashed Up GovernmentData Configured for Kansas City's CitizensThe Importance of Resident IntelligenceGovernment by Proxy: Connecting the ContractorsGreater Capacity with Institutional Partners7. A New City from a New O/SAppendix:Implementation Guide: Strategies to Address the Ten Most ImportantChallenges to a New O/SIndex
Responsibility: Stephen Goldsmith; Neil Kleiman.

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