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Accountability and Organisational Performance in the Public Sector [electronic resource] : A Symposium.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781780522128Series: International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 24, Edition 2Publication details: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781780522135
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Accountability and Organisational Performance in the Public Sector : A SymposiumDDC classification:
  • 350.0009/2/05
LOC classification:
  • HD3840
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Note from the publisher; Editorial; Alignment of inter-agency supply chains to enhance public sector performance management; Imagined promises versus real challenges to public performance management; Controlling externally autonomised entities by Dutch local governments; Accountability and governance: strengthening extra-bureaucratic mechanisms in Bangladesh;
Summary: The purpose of this e-book is to make the case for the continuing education and research about both the promise and potential weakness of those management tools in the public sector whose origin is in the private sector. Some of the more notable examples of such transplants include management techniques or approaches such as PPB (Planning, Programming and Budgeting), TQM (Total Quality Management), BPR (Business Process Reengineering) or the BSC (Balanced Scorecard). Each of these managerial conceptual frameworks had a promise and a potential to improve the public sector.
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Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Note from the publisher; Editorial; Alignment of inter-agency supply chains to enhance public sector performance management; Imagined promises versus real challenges to public performance management; Controlling externally autonomised entities by Dutch local governments; Accountability and governance: strengthening extra-bureaucratic mechanisms in Bangladesh;

The purpose of this e-book is to make the case for the continuing education and research about both the promise and potential weakness of those management tools in the public sector whose origin is in the private sector. Some of the more notable examples of such transplants include management techniques or approaches such as PPB (Planning, Programming and Budgeting), TQM (Total Quality Management), BPR (Business Process Reengineering) or the BSC (Balanced Scorecard). Each of these managerial conceptual frameworks had a promise and a potential to improve the public sector.