(May - August), 2000
The Innovation Journal's First Full Length Book:
1. Is Innovation a Question of Will or Circumstance? Edited by Eleanor D. Glor. What is most important in creating innovation in government, creating the will to do so or adapting to the environment in which the innovation is being created? Can practitioners and observers learn best about innovation through analysis of case studies or study of causes? Is innovation voluntary or determined?
2. Incremental Policy Development and Processes: Creation of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan by Jerry Hammersmith and Bob Hauck. The Department of Northern Saskatchewan (DNS) story illustrates a vision initially expressed, but later abandoned, choices not taken and an opportunity missed.
4. Innovation in Policy Analysis by Colonel Joseph R. Cerami
5. Three Swedish cases from the First Quality Conference for Public Administrations in the European Union, Sharing Best Practices, Lisbon, Portugal May 10-12, 2000:
9. The Spirit in the Gene: Humanitys Proud Illusion and the Laws of Nature by Reg Morrison. Reviewed by Steven B. Kurtz
Published October 23, 2001