Radio Interview about “The Persistence of Innovation in Government”

I was recently interviewed by Michael Keegan, of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, about my book The Persistence of Innovation in Government and my monograph The Persistence of Innovation in Government: A Guide for Innovative Public Servants. The interview was on Federal News Radio in 1500 AM Washington, D.C. Here is a link to listen to the interview



In the interview, I outlined the main themes of the book and report, and also discussed how I came to write the book as well as my other ongoing body of research about narrative, and the links between narrative and innovation.


I will be on holiday for the next two weeks, so I will be posting again sometime in mid-August. Enjoy the summer.


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