Category:Industry and Public Sector Management
Table Of Contents: Volume 19 Issue 1
A processual view of institutional change of the budget process within an Australian government‐owned electricity corporationWendy James
Australian public sector organisations are faced with their greatest challenge in decades, as public sector reforms essentially re‐examine the role of the State in the…
Broadly conceptualised, a consultant's work can be evaluated by the deliverables produced and by the process used to achieve those deliverables. This paper seeks to report…
Sets out to examine arguments that attribute a lack of an ethical dimension to the management function.
Aims to analyse the reactions of front‐line staff to the use of the “customer” label in Jobcentre Plus, the new agency charged with structural and cultural reform of…
Why public sector reform does not transform: A processual explanation of the 1989‐1997 French experienceGlyn Jones
The paper proposes to look at the transformational strategies undertaken in relation to the 1989‐1997 French administrative reform process and to examine their impact on…
The purpose of the paper is to outline a practical perspective for testing performance in the process of institutional reform in developing countries.
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Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Dr Sandra van Thiel