Mission mystique: belief systems in public agencies
CQ Press, 19 oct. 2010 - 309 pages
In an era filled with mistrust for big government and big business, Charles Goodsell goes against this grain to draw attention to public agencies admired for what they do and how well they do it. In his groundbreaking new book, Goodsell places renewed focus on organizational mission and its potential to be a strong energizing force in government-one that animates a workforce internally and attracts admiration and talent externally. He offers a normative template for the mystique that underlies this phenomenon and highlights-in six rich case studies-a driving sense of purpose, a cultural and motivational richness, and a capacity for tolerating dissent while still innovating and learning. Analyzing what works best (and what doesn't), Goodsell provides a metric through which agency mystique can be evaluated and modeled. Goodsell's fresh take on public agencies not only defines good public administration in terms of ethical conduct, constitutional accountability, and performance effectiveness, but argues that the field must add the crucial standard of institutional vitality.
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Review: Mission Mystique: Belief Systems in Public Agencies (At the Crossroads of Theory and Practice)Avis d'utilisateur - Steven Peterson - Goodreads
Charles Goodsell is a well regarded student of public administration. In this book, he addresses the importance of mission and belief systems in creating excellence in government agencies. The concept ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Mission Mystique: Belief Systems in Public Agencies (At the Crossroads of Theory and Practice)Avis d'utilisateur - Goodreads
This was a required book for my Public Management and Leadership class. Unlike most books I seem to read for classes, where professors pick and choose specific chapters, we actually read the entire ...
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