Collaborate or Perish!

Author(s): William J. Bratton

Business & Economics

InCollaborate or Perish!former Los Angeles police chief and New York police commissioner William Bratton and Harvard Kennedy School's Zachary Tumin lay out a field-tested playbook for collaborating across the boundaries of our networked world. Today, when everyone is connected, collaboration is the game changer. Agencies and firms, citizens and groups who can collaborate, Bratton and Tumin argue, will thrive in the networked world; those who can't are doomed to perish. No one today is better known around the world for his ability to get citizens, governments, and industries working together to improve the safety of cities than William Bratton. At Harvard, Zachary Tumin has led senior executives from government and industry in executive sessions and classrooms for over a decade, burnishing a global reputation for insight and leadership. Together, Bratton and Tumin draw on in-depth accounts from Fortune 100 giants such as Alcoa, Wells Fargo, and Toyota; from masters of collaboration in education, social work, and the military; and from Bratton's own storied career. Among the specific strategies they reveal- Start collaboration with a broad vision that supporters can add

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WILLIAM J. BRATTONis chairman of Kroll, one of Altegrity, Inc.'s three core businesses. Mr. Bratton joined Altegrity in November 2009 after serving as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department for seven years. Prior, he served as chief of the New York City Transit Police and commissioner of the Boston Police Department and the New York City Police Department. A frequent lecturer, writer, and commentator, Bill Bratton is known as one of the world's premier police chiefs. Mr. Bratton also serves on the Motorola Solutions board of directors. In 2009 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II recognized Bratton with the honorary title of Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE). B> ACHARY TUMINis special assistant to the director and faculty chair of Harvard Kennedy School's Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, the most recent of a number of key posts that Mr. Tumin has held at the school. In addition to leading research programs and executive teaching at Harvard, Mr. Tumin served in senior executive roles for industry and government, including as head of public safety for the New York City public schools, on the executive staffs of the Brooklyn D

General Fields

  • : 9780307592392
  • : Random House USA Inc
  • : Crown Publishing Group, Division of Random House Inc
  • : January 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : William J. Bratton
  • : Hardback
  • : 235