Instruction to Deliver: Tony Blair, Public Services and the Challenge of Achieving Targets

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Politico's, Jan 1, 2007 - Government productivity - 418 pages
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"Instruction to Deliver, Michael Barber's enthralling inside account of the time, shows just how much was achieved in this relatively short period. It provides revealing pictures of major players in New Labour, especially Tony Blair, and offers a unique insight into the messy reality of getting things done in government. It also gives a fascinating portrait of Michael Barber's upbringing and background, demonstrating the extraordinary drive and commitment required to bring about such a sea change in government culture."--BOOK JACKET.

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phenomenal, loads of tricks for anyone interested in how big organisation works, it's a manual for organisational change, delivery, pragmatism and so much more. great book Read full review

Contents

Pursuing Delivery
41
Deliverology
70
Routines
110
Copyright

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Michael Barber was professor of education at the University of London prior to joining the government.

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