Successfully Achieving Ambitious Goals in Government

Many senior government leaders who have attempted to achieve ambitious goals have been quite successful, though others (sometimes very visibly) have not succeeded. What do those who succeeded do differently? Is their success just a matter of luck? What (if anything) do the most successful public sector leaders have in common across agencies with very different missions? Successfully Achieving Ambitious Goals in Government: An Empirical Analysis Steven J. Kelman Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor o…

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