If you’re involved in civic leadership for a while, it’s likely you’ll have to handle a full-blown crisis or two. Here’s how to think about crises and what you can do to manage them . . . before they’re upon you.
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Reporters at city hall have a choice. They can write only process stories or they can take the harder path of writing about results. Here’s how they can cover both process and results . . . and why they ought to.
We live in a country that believes power is best exercised by a herd and not a shepherd. So for reporters to learn how government works, they must be good at seeing and reporting on collaboration. Here’s how to do that and, along the way, discover what makes some governments succeed.
A new book offers the remarkable history of America’s most enduring local volunteer institution, the chamber of commerce.
By design or by chance, cities are headed somewhere. But where? And if there’s a vision for your city, how do you know if it can succeed? The answer lies in demographics.