Academic journal article Public Personnel Management

Editor's Farewell

Academic journal article Public Personnel Management

Editor's Farewell

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This issue of Public Personnel Management (PPM) is the last for which I will serve as Editor-in-Chief. Three years ago, I became Editor upon the kind invitation of SAGE when the journal first became a part of their portfolio. We envisioned PPM evolving into a top-tier scholarly journal that would provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between scholars from the academic and practitioner communities, and I am most grateful to have been given the opportunity to play such a prominent role in shaping PPM's content and focus. The articles that have appeared in our issues have presented a broad spectrum of timely management topics and concerns from all levels of government, both nationally and internationally. Thus, I would like to acknowledge the many authors who have published their research in PPM and provided many significant contributions to our knowledge of emerging trends in public personnel management.

My appreciation is also extended to members of the Editorial Board who graciously agreed to serve over the past 3 years and shared my commitment to establishing and maintaining PPM as a journal dedicated to preserving the high standards of academic rigor for intellectual study while also bridging the nexus between public administration practice and management research in the field. I would also like to recognize the many individuals who served as peer reviewers for manuscripts submitted to PPM. …

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