Management Analysis in Public Organizations: History, Concepts, and Techniques

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role in management studies and in external liaison and coordination. Although MA units are often located at the division level in bureaus, their influence in the informal organization frequently extends much higher. For example, the heads of MA units often serve as management consultants to top program and agency managers, thus having access to the highest level of power in an organization.


NOTES
1.
Fayol Henri, General and Industrial Management, trans. C. Storrs ( London: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1949).
2.
Gulick Luther H., "Notes on the Theory of Organizations," in Luther Gulick and Lyndall Urwick, eds., Papers on the Science of Administration ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1969).
3.
Carroll Stephen J., and Dennis J. Gillen, "Are the Classical Management Functions Useful in Describing Managerial Work," Academy of Management Review 12, no. 1 ( 1987): 38-51.
4.
Mintzberg Henry, The Nature of Managerial Work ( New York: Harper & Row, 1973).
5.
See Lyngseth D. M., "The Use of Organization and Methods in Canadian Government," Canadian Public Administration 4, no. 4 ( December 1962): 428- 492; Melrose E. D., "Organization and Methods," Public Administration 38 (Summer 1960): 119-130; and Pittman I. J., "Organization and Methods," Public Administration 26 ( 1948): 1-9.
6.
Peter Honora B., "Those 'Management Analysts'," Washington Post, August 4, 1981, p. A-14.
7.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Federation Occupation Survey as of September 30, 1989, Table J.
8.
Interview on November 26, 1990, with Christine E. Steele of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Office of Workforce Information, Statistical Analysis and Services Division, pertaining to the number of management analysts shown in the records of occupations of federal white-collar and blue- collar workers.
9.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Position Classification Standards TS9, February 1972, p. 3.
10.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Qualification Standards TS141, February 1972, p. 1.
11.
U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Bulletin No. 78-12, April 1978.
12.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Qualifications Standards TS141, February 1972, p. 1. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management published a new standard titled, Position-Classification Standard for Management and Program Analysis Series, GS-343, TS-98, August 1990. This new guide contains standards for establishing grade levels for management and program positions and is based on the old standards for management analysis. It has not yet been implemented in most agencies.
13.
Brown David S., "The Management Analyst: Who is He and What DoesHe Do?"

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