Donald F. Kettl
Princeton University Press
"As James Madison led America's effort to write its Constitution, he made two great inventions-the separation of powers and federalism. The first is more famous, but the second was most essential because, without federalism, there could have been no United States of America. Federalism has always been about setting the balance of power between the federal government and the states-and that's revolved around deciding just how much inequality the country...
Harvard Business Review Press
"Covid. Climate change. Refugee resettlement. Global supply chains. We are facing a new generation of complex problems, stretching across the public and private sectors and flowing over organizational boundaries. Historically we have looked to government for big solutions, but the reality is, the government we have now is a poor match for the problems we face. It is trapped in organizational boxes and handicapped by leaders who, too often, try to...