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


Changing Governments DNA
Targeting the Strategies
What It Takes to Use the Strategies

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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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