Banishing Bureaucracy: The Five Strategies for Reinventing Government

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Plume, 1998 - Self-Help - 397 pages
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Girlfriend to Girlfriend is a compilation of advice recalling Julia Boyd's sister circle. The sisters are back in full form -- ready, willing, and able to lend their shared wisdom, encouragement, and homegirl attitude to help women "get through the minute-to-minute obstacle course called daily living." Topics covered include: self-love, appearance, family relationships, sexuality, self-esteem, burnout, fear, challenges, money, and self-support -- all in the context of black women's experience.

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Banishing bureaucracy: the five strategies for reinventing government

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In this volume, Osborne, coauthor of Reinventing Government (Addison-Wesley, 1992), and Plastrik, a Michigan political strategist, assess the "reinvention" movement and recommend five strategies to ... Read full review

Contents

Changing Governments DNA
21
Targeting the Strategies
49
What It Takes to Use the Strategies
67
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A psychotherapist with a clinical practice, Julia A. Boyd is the author of In the Company of My Sisters: Black Women and Self-Esteem, Girlfriend to Girlfriend: Everyday Wisdom and Affirmations from the Sister Circle, and Can I Get a Witness: Black Women and Depression.

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