Ch 07 organizational problems

Ch 07 organizational problems - Chapter 7: Organization...

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Chapter 7: Organization  Chapter 7: Organization  Problems Problems
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Organizational Values Herbert Kaufman (1956) detailed three basic organizational values for organizational structure: Neutral competence: creation of a highly skilled bureaucracy insulated from political interference that can undermine efficiency
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Kaufman’s Organizational Values (continued) Executive leadership: strong elected executive—president, governor, mayor—and strong and loyal department heads all politically chosen Representativeness: organizational arrangements that respond to legislative interests and to clienteles most affected by agency decisions
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Search for Effective Organization Coordination: attempting to integrate the operations of different agencies. A. Choice among criteria of good organization B. Interagency conflict C. Interagency coordination D. Role of staff in supporting and controlling operating activities
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A. Organizational Criteria Difficulties embedded in choosing among
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