This edition: Public Management and the Lindsay Years (1966-73), Pt. 7
Original tape date: September 29, 2010.
This Baruch College series explores and assesses NYC Mayor John Lindsay’s initiatives in public management and the legacy of his leadership. This seventh episode is moderated by Baruch College President Emeritus and Professor Stan Altman and features two speakers. First, Ken Auletta, who was the first Executive Director of Off-Track Betting, discusses the creation of OTB and Chairman/CEO Howard Samuels. Next, Jeffrey Kay, Former Director of Mayor Bloomberg’s Office of Operations - reflecting on the cyclical nature of government - talks about the themes and principles of effective management during the Bloomberg years, highlighting the Mayor’s Managerial Report and 311. Both presentations conclude with a short audience question & answer period.
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