The Little Guide to Writing for Impact: How to Communicate Research in a Way that People Will Read (Hardcover)

The Little Guide to Writing for Impact: How to Communicate Research in a Way that People Will Read By Katherine Barrett, Richard Greene, Donald F. Kettl Cover Image

The Little Guide to Writing for Impact: How to Communicate Research in a Way that People Will Read (Hardcover)

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This handy manual enables writers in the world of research to explore the start-to-finish process of writing for impact--and authors to explore a single writing challenge in-depth. It is full of examples of both good and bad writing, as well as the authors' own tales in navigating the road from a new idea to a written product that packs punch.

Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene are senior advisors and columnists for Route Fifty, senior advisors to the American Society for Public Administration, visiting fellows at the IBM Center for the Business of Government, special project consultants to the Volcker Alliance, editors at the International Journal of Public Administration, senior advisors with the Government Finance Research Center at the University of Illinois, Chicago, fellows in the National Academy of Public Administration and more.Donald F. Kettl is professor emeritus and former dean of the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. He is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Volcker Alliance and the Brookings Institution. Kettl is the author or editor of numerous books, including Bridgebuilders: How Government Can Transcend Boundaries to Solve Problems (2023) and Experts in Government: The Deep State from Caligula to Donald Trump and Beyond (2023).
Product Details ISBN: 9781538181263
ISBN-10: 1538181266
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Publication Date: March 12th, 2024
Pages: 140
Language: English