It might be a cynical notion, but I suspect it probably does sell more books than "Systems Thinking in the Public Sector", with its equally unsnappy, buzzless, sub-title "the failure of the reform regime…and a manifesto for a better way".
Which is a shame, because this books needs ... Read review
"...really need to fully understand Systems Thinking to get the point of this book. The point is that its absence is causing the chaos we all live with in the UK. The absence of System Thinking is what results in the dreaded T-word.
Tell me you don't have to deal with them!
Targets, Key Performance Indicators, League Tables, Inspections… I can hear the groans of recognition from all fellow public sectorians. If you're not employed ..."
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Information is presented in a concise, highly readable and informative fashion
Given highly focused scope, not perhaps the best broad overview to international politics. It also deals exclusively with America that European readers may find irrelevant. Readers should also consider the days off work you'll need to attend mayday 2002. (*)