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Is Corrections Ready To Move From "Good To Great"?
Thinking About Corrections


Jim Collins' best-selling book, "Good to Great," has created a buzz in the business world for several years, and with a supplement addressing social sectors, the criminal justice community is taking note.  Corrections professionals may want to consider what the Police Executive Research Forum has done in their report, "'Good to Great' Policing:  Application of Business Management Principles in the Public Sector."

Posted Wed, Oct 24 2007 10:28 AM by Anonymous


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