Philip K. Howard joins the podcast to discuss how the incoming administration can reconfigure bureaucracy for better government.
The efficacy of government is often only the domain of niche audiences, but the failure of government to address a massive public health crisis over the last year have brought back cries for effective government. Perhaps the management failures could prompt a review of how to make government operate more efficiently and effectively.
Philip K. Howard, a leading expert on civil service and Founder of the Campaign for Common Good. His latest book is Try Common Sense: Replacing the Failed Ideologies of Right and Left. He has advised national political leaders on legal and regulatory reform for fifteen years, including former Vice President Al Gore and numerous governors. He joined the podcast to explain how to better cut red tape to make government more effective.