As director of a regional council for more than 30 years, Bill Gibson is instrumental in facilitating “boundary-crossing” collaborations that increase public value. This Administrative Profile examines three cases of regional, cross-sector collaboration catalyzed by Gibson’s leadership. Characteristics of entrepreneurship, attention to “relationship capital,” and the humility derived from ego strength combine with the context of working for a boundary organization to help explain his success.
Morse, Ricardo. (2010). Bill Gibson and the Art of Leading Across Boundaries. Public Administration Review. 70. 434 – 442
Ricardo S. Morse