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Week Six
Uncertainty, Our Shared Power World, and Hurricane Katrina
· Holmes, Jaime, Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing :
· Chapter 3: Shocks and Tremors: The Problem with Urgency
· Chapter 4: Fifty Days in Texas: Why Intentions are Misread
· Chapter 8: The Puzzle Man: Where to Find Hidden Answers
· Crosby, Barbara C. 2010. 
“Leading in the Shared-Power World of 2020.” Public Administration Review, December 2010 Special Issue

· Kettl, Donald F. 2009. The Next Government of the United States: Why Our Institutions Fail Us and How to Fix Them
Chapter 3: Irresponsible Government
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 1. Holmes asserts that “[u]rgently fixating on certainty is our defense mechanism against the unknown and unstable” (p78), and that “[r]estraint in the face of uncertainty is a hugely important variable in learning” (p109).  Holmes further observes that “crises require systematically imagining a variety of explanations and outcomes” (p109).  How could FEMA have used these practices in providing temporary housing to the displaced residents of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina?
2.  Crosby is interested in complex problems that cross organizational boundaries.  Hurricane Katrina fits this description.  Crosby discusses integrative practices that leaders use to inspire and mobilize others to pursue common action on a complex problem.  Choose one of these integrative practices and discuss how it would have aided FEMA in its recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina.

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