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Beyond a Government of Strangers: How Career Executives and Political Appointees Can Turn Conflict to Cooperation - Maranto, Robert, and Pfiffner, James P, Professor, Ph.D. (Foreword by)
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With rare exceptions, few large institutions change bosses every two or three years. Yet the U.S. Government has temps on top. American government has 3,000 presidential political appointees and thousands more state and local political appointees, who refer to their in-and-out bosses as 'Christmas help.' Beyond a Government of Strangers is the first book to focus on the men and women who stick around, on the career executives and their own roles in the executive branch. Robert Maranto provides pithy, sage advice on how ...

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Beyond a Government of Strangers: How Career Executives and Political Appointees Can Turn Conflict to Cooperation 2005, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739110904

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Beyond a Government of Strangers: How Career Executives and Political Appointees Can Turn Conflict to Cooperation 2005, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739110898

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