International Journal of Public Sector Management: Volume 2 Issue 1

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Towards a More Culturally Compatible Concept of Civil Service Reform in Developing Countries

Derek Eldridge

Civil service reform in developing countries may be inhibitedunless a more culturally appropriate concept of management is developed.An Institutional Development Framework…

Institutional Arrangements for Poverty Alleviation: The Lessons of Success

Mukul Sanwal

There are an increasing number of countries where governments havethe political will to bring about a reorientation in the management ofprogrammes and projects, but do not…

A Strategic Approach to Managing Overhead Resources and Costs

Jim Tattersall

A key success factor for any organisation is the effectivemanagement and control of its overhead resources and costs. The need isclaimed for a strategic approach in…

Alternative Work Patterns in the Public Sector: Job Sharing as One Option

Dolores Brosnan

A case study is presented of an organisation′s experiment with jobsharing as an alternative work pattern. The arrangement was unusual intwo respects. First, the job shared…

Trainers′ Perceptions of the Factors which Influence the Transfer of Learning: An Indian Case Study

John Hayes, John Pulparampil

A study which examines those factors perceived to be associatedwith the transfer of learning from the training to the work situation ispresented. It was found that…

Cover of International Journal of Public Sector Management

ISSN:

0951-3558

Online date, start – end:

1988

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Dr Sandra van Thiel