Strategic Public Management

Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations

Howard R. Balanoff (Edited by) | Warren Master (Edited by)

Publication date: 01/01/2010

Strategic Public Management
Real-life Solutions to the Challenges Facing Public Administrators!
Complex management issues in the public sector can't be addressed with limited, short-term fixes. Strategic, well-conceived approaches are critical to meet your organization's long-term needs. Through expert advice and real-world examples, 
Strategic Public Management: Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations presents the solutions that today's public administrators are putting into practice to address a variety of challenges, including planning and managing core mission functions, integrating new technology, and pursuing measurable results.
Nineteen contributors representing local and federal government, nonprofit organizations, and the academic world offer guidance, direction, and examples that focus on the many areas of concern to public sector professionals, including:
Program operations
Human capital issues
Risk management
Acquisition hurdles
IT solutions
Performance parameters
This critical resource is easy to read and navigate, and the expert viewpoints provide essential best practices for mid- and senior-level professionals. Tackle your organization's complex issues today by applying proven strategies!

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Real-life Solutions to the Challenges Facing Public Administrators!
Complex management issues in the public sector can't be addressed with limited, short-term fixes. Strategic, well-conceived approaches are critical to meet your organization's long-term needs. Through expert advice and real-world examples, 
Strategic Public Management: Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations presents the solutions that today's public administrators are putting into practice to address a variety of challenges, including planning and managing core mission functions, integrating new technology, and pursuing measurable results.
Nineteen contributors representing local and federal government, nonprofit organizations, and the academic world offer guidance, direction, and examples that focus on the many areas of concern to public sector professionals, including:
Program operations
Human capital issues
Risk management
Acquisition hurdles
IT solutions
Performance parameters
This critical resource is easy to read and navigate, and the expert viewpoints provide essential best practices for mid- and senior-level professionals. Tackle your organization's complex issues today by applying proven strategies!
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