Ten great reads for the public servant
Dave Mckenna

We ran a session at a public administration conference in Australia asking some of our public sector leaders what books they thought captured working life in the public service. Their responses included:

  • Wolf Hall by Hillary Mantel
  • To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee [“everything you need to know about leadership”]
  • Landing On The Sun by Micheal Frayn
  • The Sirian Experiments by Doris Lessing [intergalactic public administration!]
  • Grand Days — by Frank Moorhouse
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