Governance Policy Management Spring 2009

Governance Policy Management Spring 2009 - Governance...

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Governance, Policy, and Management
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Outline I. What is the Context in Which Public Organizations Operate? II. Paradigms Defined and Used in Public Administration III. Threads, Fabric and Models of Organizations IV. Application
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Environment: players, rules, issues, policy making must be democratic in America (interests of the people prevail, individualism, equality, liberty, justice) Key values: security, liberty, equality
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Players: federal, state, local, county governments special districts private businesses non-profit organizations
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II. Paradigm Defined… a philosophical and theoretical framework of a scientific school or discipline within which theories, laws, and generalizations and the experiments performed in support of them are formulated; broadly : a philosophical or theoretical framework of any kind
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Locus or Focus Locus—the institutional ‘where’: government bureaucracy or somewhere else Focus—the specialized ‘what’: the body of knowledge and expertise 6 in public administration…defined by
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PA Paradigms 1. Politics/Administration 1900-1926 (Locus—government) 2. Principals of Administration 1927-1937 (Focus—expertise, principles) 3. Public Administration as Political Science 1950-1970 (Locus—government)
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