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

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studies that were done with much interaction between the people doing the study and people from the area studied;
studies conducted by an individual analyst rather than by a team consisting solely of analysts;
studies conducted by an interunit study team composed of analysts and people from the unit being studied;
studies that presented new ideas about which managers in the unit studied became enthusiastic;
studies that evidenced considerable agreement about the nature of the problem and its importance. 13

NOTES
1.
Cox Gary B., "Managerial Style: Implications for the Utilization of Program Evaluation Information," Evaluation Quarterly 1, no. 3 ( August 1977): 499-509.
2.
Ibid.
3.
Bean Alden S., Michael Radnor, and David A. Tansik, "Structural and Behavioral Correlates of Implementation in U.S. Business Organizations," in Implementing Operations Research and Management Science, Randall L. Schultz and Dennis P. Slevin, eds. ( New York: American Elsevier Company, 1975), pp. 115-119.
4.
Oman Ray, and Bill Masters, Implementing Change in Organizations, Based on Analysis and Evaluation Studies: A Bibliography (Monticello, Ill.: Vance Bibliographies, February 1987).
5.
Patton Michael Q. et al., "In Search of Impact: An Analysis of the Utilization of Federal Health Evaluation Research," in Using Social Research in Public Policy Making, Carol Weiss, ed. ( Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, 1977), p. 142.
6.
Adams Stuart, Evaluative Work in Corrections: A Practical Guide, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, March 1975, p. 115.
7.
Waller John D., John W. Scanlon, Don M. Kemp, and Paul G. Nalley, Developing Useful Evaluation Capability: Lessons from the Model Evaluation Program, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, June 1979, p. 11.
8.
Van de Mark D. Vall, and Cheryl Bolas, "The Utilization of Social Policy Research: An Empirical Analysis of Its Structure and Functions," 74th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Boston, August 27-31, 1979.
9.
Van de Mark D. Vall, Cheryl Bolas, and Tai S. Kang, "Applied Social Research in Industrial Organizations: An Evaluation of Functions, Theory, and Methods," The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 12, no. 2 ( April- May-June 1976): 172-173.
10.
Oman Ray C., "The Nature, Conduct, and Acceptance of Management Analysis Studies in Civilian Federal Agencies," unpublished doctoral dissertation, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1983.

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