management of public sector organisations
Read Online

management of public sector organisations

  • 210 Want to read
  • ·
  • 63 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title.

StatementNALGO Education Department ; 1985.
SeriesUnit POM 200
ContributionsNational andLocal Government Officers Association. Education Department.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14872139M

Download management of public sector organisations


Summary This book covers all the major aspects of change management for those working in public sector and not-for-profit organizations. It summarizes key theories and approaches to change management and includes detailed, worked descriptions of key techniques used in change management processes and programmes, with extensive reference to case studies drawn from a range of public sector. Yet “We still know little empirically about how public sector organisations use strategic thinking in practice” (Johnsen, , p. 2). Hence, this report will be about elaborating concepts rather than providing a thorough empirical assessment of what strategic management processes actually exist in the public sector.   In many public sector organisations, there has been little or no adoption of a proactive asset management strategy. Where an extensive property portfolio exists, this can result in poor overall utilisation of the portfolio, exemplified by excessive vacant . Strategic and performance management in the public sector provides an integrated management model for 21st century government organisations. This book is a step-by-step presentation of the strategic and performance management process, starting with government policies and culminating in a comprehensive performance management system.

Intended as a text for master's level students in public administration and public policy, this volume provides an introductory survey of the field that focuses on the structures of operation, management, and environments of modern governments. The contributors address federal, state, and local governments as well as intergovernmental relations, discussing such topics as fiscal management.   G. Callender, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 The Rise of the Public Sector Organization. A theory of a public sector organization might be first found in the development of the democratic city-state described by Plato in The concept arose from the notion that people are ‘not independent of one another, but need the aid and co-operation.   `Norman Flynn's excellent book has long been the publication of choice as a core text on public management. The new edition continues this tradition and is to be warmly welcomed' - Stephen Osborne, Aston Business School `Norman Flynn's Public Sector Management has established itself as a definitive source for anyone interested in the changing forms and fortunes of public s: 4. PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION The Public Sector is the principal actor in macro socio-economic policy making infrastructure and an architect of an enabling environment for national development. Public Sector management covers such aspects of management as productivity management, and management of human, financial and other resources.

  With its strategic overview of public sector accommodation holdings, the Facilities & Estates Services Directorate (FES) is well placed to assist public sector organisations throughout this process. Once a preferred solution has been identified it has to be submitted to the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth.   : Strategic Change Management in Public Sector Organisations (): Baker, David: BooksCited by: Human Resource Management in the Public Sector: Policies and Practices introduces human resource management and personnel foundations, policies, and practices per-tinent in public organizational settings. This book employs pragmatic applications of human resources suitable to any governmental or nonprofit system, but which best. management challenges in the public sector and tactics leaders can use to address them. Public sector workplaces are experiencing colossal changes that are challenging traditional ways of working and workforce expectations. The economic realities of ongoing fiscal constraints, reductions in headcount, and increasing.