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Final Essay1Final EssayStephanie WoodPADM/501Corinne BatesOctober 15, 2015
Final Essay2Final EssayPublic administration and private management differ in several ways and on several levels. These differences have implications on decision making, human resource management, and accountability for those making the decisions. One of the differences is the rules and regulations that each operate under. Another major difference is the goal or objective of each organization and who they are accountable to. Another important area of variance is the decision-making process. Understanding the differences in public administration versus private management is beneficial to better facilitate and transfer management practices between the two sectors.The rules and regulations that public and private organizations operate under impact how decisions are made for each organization. In the public sector, the rules and regulations in place are often referred to as the “red tape”. According to Bozeman (1993), red tape can be defined as rules, procedures and regulations that remain in force and have a compliance element for the organization but no rules for functional objectivity.