Suggestions for Innovative reading by Harvard’s John O’Leary

January 12, 2011 at 1:32 pm Leave a comment

By Peter Baeck

Just read Harvard’s John O’Leary’s blog from before christmas on his suggestions for innovative reading, and was excited to see Radical Efficiency on the list together with Christians Basons book ‘Leading Public Sector Innovation’ which the Innovation Unit helped launch in the UK back in November 2010.  I am yet to read The Power of Social Innovation by Stephen Goldsmith, and have just bumped it to the top of my reading list. Which is your favourite from O’Leary’s list?

Entry filed under: Innovation Worldwide, Public Services, Radical Efficiency, Social Innnovation.

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