The book A New City O/S: The Power of Open, Collaborative, and Distributed Governance provides a theoretical basis of public sector processes for students of government and actionable examples for practitioners looking to transform local government. Guiding examples provide case studies from US cities such as New Orleans, Denver, and South Bend, that incorporate structurally innovative solutions into the backbone of city operations. This book is written by Professor Stephen Goldsmith and Neil Kleiman.
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