Bush as Boss

Kirschten, Dick
July 2000
Government Executive;Jul2000, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p29
Trade Publication
Analyzes the management style of Texas governor and United States presidential candidate George W. Bush. Reliance on trusted subordinates for quality information and advice; Espousal of public-private sector cooperation; Pragmatic ability to elicit cooperation across partisan and ideological lines; Bush's pledge to restore civility and respect to the nation's politics.


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