Public Management in Transition: The Orchestration of Potentiality .

This textbook is the first to examine how new trends such as radical innovation, co-creation and potentialization challenge fundamental values in the public sector. The authors bridge traditional public management approaches that tend to exclude social and societal problems, with broader social theories apt to capture new dilemmas and challenges. The book shows how the effects of new forms of managerialism penetrate the state, local governments, welfare institutions as well as professional work and citizens rights. It facilitates a discussion about how basic values are put at stake with new reforms and managerial tools. The book is ideal for postgraduate students in the area of public policy and public management with an interest in managing and leading public administration units and welfare institutions.
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Authors: Niels Akerstrom Andersen

Date: 2021

Upload Date: 5/31/2022 12:06:37 AM

Format: epub

Pages: 288



Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1447328663


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