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O'Leary research cited in Governing article

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Dr. Rosemary O'Leary's work on guerrilla government examples in organizations was mentioned in a Governing article, "Managing the Evil That Institutions Do." Here's an excerpt of the article by Mark Funkhouser:

"O’Leary cites a number of examples of guerrilla government, including the leaks of national security documents by Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden, to assert that ever-evolving modern technologies are giving individuals more power to embarrass or damage an organization."

Read the full article.

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