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Driving Government Performance is designed to help public executives with a core set of leadership responsibilities.
Choosing and producing results: How can public executives determine the results that they need to produce and develop effective strategies for delivering them?
Seizing and creating opportunities: how can public executive recognize or shape events and attitudes to foster the desire and capability to improve performance?
Measuring performance: How can public executives measure results and use such measures to learn how performance might be improved?
Establishing targets: How can public executives use specific performance targets to be achieved by specific dates to mobilize people and resources to produce meaningful results and ratchet up organizational performance?
Motivating individuals and energizing teams: How can public executives inspire people working in a variety of organizational arrangements, from bureaucracies to collaboratives, to pursue public purposes creatively?
Capitalizing on success: How can public executives use their initial successes in producing results to create an environment for accomplishing even more?