How Public Organizations Work: Learning from Experience

How Public Organizations Work: Learning from Experience

How Public Organizations Work: Learning from Experience

How Public Organizations Work: Learning from Experience

Synopsis

Designed as a text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level courses in public administration, public management, public policy, and organizational behavior, this book looks at how people work effectively in public organizations. Written entirely by experienced practitioners, the text is unique in that it addresses, throughout, both the practical concerns of the working administration and those of the theorist. By using their own on-the-job experience as illustrative examples, the contributors clearly demonstrate how theory can improve practice and how practice can be used to generate theories.
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