|Figures and Tablesvii|
|Foreword by DAVID S. BROWNix|
|Chapter 1. Management Analysis Defined: Dilemmas and Opportunities in Organizations1|
|Chapter 2. Management Analysis Studies: An Overview15|
|Chapter 3. Organizational Structure: The Skeleton23|
|Chapter 4. An Analysis of a Sample of Large Management Analysis Studies41|
|Chapter 5. Automation: A Familiar Technology Grows in Importance63|
|Chapter 6. Organization Productivity: A Classic Area Receives Renewed Emphasis79|
|Chapter 7. Keys to Successful Management Analysis Studies91|
|Chapter 8. The Nature and Acceptance of Study Recommendations109|
|Chapter 9. The Use of Private Sector Management Analysts by the Federal Government133|
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Publication information: Book title: Management Analysis in Public Organizations:History, Concepts, and Techniques. Contributors: Ray C. Oman - Author, Stephen L. Damours - Author, T. Arthur Smith - Author, Andrew R. Uscher - Author. Publisher: Quorum Books. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1992. Page number: v.
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