International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 1 Issue 2


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Organisational Excellence and Action Learning

Clive Kinder

In developing and developed countries, organisational excellence can only be achieved through effective management. The characteristics necessary for organisational…


The Consequences of IT for the UK Civil Service

Peter Hyde

Almost all Government Departments are currently involved in major information technology (IT) projects. All have set objectives, but the true impact on the Departments is…

Issues Affecting Faculty Development in African Management Institutions

Olu Fadahunsi

Management institutions in Africa experience socio‐economic problems far worse than any which exist in the Western World. Solutions of the past are no longer relevant and…

Manpower Policy Issues: Some Emerging Considerations Highlighted in African Countries

John Fyfe, Stacey Birks

The growing interest of African governments in their manpower problems, a result of the new and more acute political and social pressures of the 1970s, has led to the…

Introducing Performance Budgeting in Jamaica

Edith G. Marshalleck, Edward A. Lehan

As a key component of a World Bank‐financed Administrative Reform Programme, the Government of Jamaica began a phased implementation of performance Budgeting in 1985–86…

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