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Creating Public Value

Author : Mark Harrison Moore
ISBN : 0674175581
Genre : Political Science
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Moore presents his summation of 15 years of research, observation, and teaching about what public-sector executives should do to improve the performance of public enterprises. This book explicates some of the richest cases used at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and illuminates their broader lessons for government managers.
Category: Political Science

Creating Public Value In Practice

Author : John M. Bryson
ISBN : 9781482214611
Genre : Political Science
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Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World brings together a stellar cast of thinkers to explore issues of public and cross-sector decision-making within a framework of democratic civic engagement. It offers an integrative approach to understanding and applying the con
Category: Political Science

Public Value

Author : Adam Lindgreen
ISBN : 9781351671156
Genre : Business & Economics
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Over the last 10 years, the concept of value has emerged in both business and public life as part of an important process of measuring, benchmarking, and assuring the resources we invest and the outcomes we generate from our activities. In the context of public life, value is an important measure on the contribution to business and social good of activities for which strict financial measures are either inappropriate or fundamentally unsound. A systematic, interdisciplinary examination of public value is necessary to establish an essential definition and up-to-date picture of the field. In reflecting on the ‘public value project’, this book points to how the field has broadened well beyond its original focus on public sector management; has deepened in terms of the development of the analytical concepts and frameworks that linked the concepts together; and has been applied increasingly in concrete circumstances by academics, consultants, and practitioners. This book covers three main topics; deepening and enriching the theory of creating public value, broadening the theory and practice of creating public value to voluntary and commercial organisations and collaborative networks, and the challenge and opportunity that the concept of public value poses to social science and universities. Collectively, it offers new ways of looking at public and social assets against a backdrop of increasing financial pressure; new insights into changing social attitudes and perceptions of value; and new models for increasingly complicated collaborative forms of service delivery, involving public, private, and not-for-profit players.
Category: Business & Economics

Public Value

Author : John Benington
ISBN : 9780230364318
Genre : Political Science
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This text provides a concise and internationalized restatement of the public value approach, an assessment of its impact to date - in theory and practice - and of its particular relevance to the challenges of public management in a time of crisis and austerity.
Category: Political Science

Museums And Public Value

Author : Dr Carol A Scott
ISBN : 9781472402356
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Public Value speaks to our time - to the role that museums can play in creating civil societies, to the challenges involved in using limited assets strategically, to the demand for results that make a difference and to the imperative that we build the kind of engagement that sustains our futures. This book assists museum leaders to implement a Public Value approach in their management, planning, programming and relationship building. The benefits are long term public engagement and support, which can be used to demonstrate that valuable returns result from public investment in museums. A range of authors from around the world unpack the concept of Public Value and examine its implications for museums. They situate Public Value within current management theory and practice, offer tools for implementation, highlight examples of successful practice and examine the evidence of Public Value that governments seek to inform policy and funding decisions. The book will be required reading for senior professionals in museums, as well as museum and heritage studies students.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Recognizing Public Value

Author : Mark H. Moore
ISBN : 9780674071377
Genre : Political Science
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Moore’s classic Creating Public Value offered advice to managers about how to create public value, but left unresolved the question how one could recognize when public value had been created. Here, he closes the gap by helping public managers name, observe, and count the value they produce and sustain or increase public value into the future.
Category: Political Science

Das Leipziger F Hrungsmodell

Author : Manfred Kirchgeorg
ISBN : 9783981850925
Genre : Business & Economics
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Das Leipziger Führungsmodell dient als Kompass in Zeiten permanenten Wandels, wie wir sie gegenwärtig durch die Globalisierung, die Digitalisierung und die ökologische Bewegung erfahren. Indem es auf die grundlegenden Dimensionen guter Führung verweist und ihren Wertbeitrag nicht nur für den Einzelnen und die Organisation, sondern auch für das große Ganze in den Blick nimmt, hilft es dabei, die enorme Fülle neuer Herausforderungen wie aber auch die Chancen und Potenziale guter Führung besser zu verstehen und unternehmerisch verantwortungsvoll zu nutzen. Das ganzheitlich ausgerichtete Modell ist entwicklungsorientiert und bietet anhand von vier zentralen Perspektiven nachhaltige Orientierung für Führungskräfte in den unterschiedlichsten Bereichen. The Leipzig Leadership Model serves as a compass in times of constant change, such as the one we are currently experiencing, which is driven by globalization, digitalization and new ecological issues. By emphasizing the fundamental dimensions of good leadership in terms of their contribution to the greater good, the model provides a better understanding of the myriad of new challenges, opportunities and potential of good leadership. Furthermore it aims to elucidate how to utilize them in an entrepreneurially responsible manner. The holistic model is geared towards development and offers sustainable orientation for executives in various fields based on four key perspectives.
Category: Business & Economics

Public Value And Public Administration

Author : John M. Bryson
ISBN : 9781626162624
Genre : Political Science
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Governments and nonprofits exist to create public value. Yet what does that mean in theory and practice? This new volume brings together key experts in the field to offer unique, wide-ranging answers. From the United States, Europe, and Australia, the contributors focus on the creation, meaning, measurement, and assessment of public value in a world where government, nonprofit organizations, business, and citizens all have roles in the public sphere. In so doing, they demonstrate the intimate link between ideas of public value and public values and the ways scholars theorize and measure them. They also add to ongoing debates over what public value might mean, the nature of the most important public values, and how we can practically apply these values. The collection concludes with an extensive research and practice agenda conceived to further the field and mainstream its ideas. Aimed at scholars, students, and stakeholders ranging from business and government to nonprofits and activist groups, Public Value and Public Administration is an essential blueprint for those interested in creating public value to advance the common good.
Category: Political Science

Governance Models For Creating Public Value In Open Data Initiatives

Author : Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar
ISBN : 9783030144463
Genre : Political Science
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This book relies on the conceptual model of Open Government (OG), focusing on transparency and, concretely, in open data initiatives at the local government context with the aim of improving participation and collaboration. Most Open Government models are centered on three pillars: transparency, participation and collaboration. Transparency is a crucial ingredient of OG and, applied to data openness means to ensure that the data are well known, comprehensible, easily accessible and open to all. new governance models based on different open data models have not been proposed up to now. The chapter authors seek to contribute recent research to the discussion on governance models of open data initiatives to support Open Governments with the aim of creating public value. It includes both theoretical and empirical studies on governments models in open data initiatives.
Category: Political Science

Setting Foundations For The Creation Of Public Value In Smart Cities

Author : Manuel Pedro Rodriguez Bolivar
ISBN : 9783319989532
Genre : Political Science
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This book seeks to contribute to prior research facing the discussion about public value creation in Smart Cities and the role of governments. In the early 21st century, the rapid transition to a highly urbanized population has made societies and their governments around the world to be meeting unprecedented challenges regarding key themes such as sustainability, new governance models and the creation of networks. Also, cities today face increasing challenges when it comes to providing advanced (digital) services to their constituency. The use of information and communication technologies (usually ICTs) and data is thought to rationalize and improve government and have the potential to transform governance and organizational issues. These questions link up to the ever-evolving concept of Smart Cities. In fact, the rise of the Smart City and Smart City thinking is a direct response to such challenges, as well as providing a means of integrating fast evolving technology into our living environment. This focus on the public value creation in Smart Cities could be of interest for academics, researchers, policy-makers, public managers, international organizations and technical experts involved in and responsible for the governance, development and design of Smart Cities
Category: Political Science

Smart City Implementation

Author : Renata Paola Dameri
ISBN : 9783319457666
Genre : Business & Economics
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In a series of essays, this book describes and analyzes the concept and theory of the recent smart city phenomenon from a global perspective, with a focus on its implementation around the world. After defining the concept it then elaborates on the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an enabler for smart cities, and the role of ICT in the interplay with smart mobility. A separate chapter develops the concept of an urban smart dashboard for stakeholders to measure performance as well as the economic and public value. It offers examples of smart cities around the globe, and two detailed case studies on Genoa and Amsterdam exemplify the book’s theoretical and empirical findings, helping readers understand and evaluate the effectiveness and capability of new smart city programs.
Category: Business & Economics

Running A Bureaucracy

Author : Maria Gladys Cruz-Santa Rita Sta. Rita
ISBN : UOM:39015077679044
Genre : Bulacan (Philippines : Province)
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Category: Bulacan (Philippines : Province)

Public Values

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ISBN : OCLC:1051376373
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This article provides the introduction to a symposium on contemporary public values research. It is argued that the contribution to this symposium represent a Public Values Perspective, distinct from other specific lines of research that also use public value as a core concept. Public administration is approached in terms of processes guided or restricted by public values and as public value creating: public management and public policy-making are both concerned with establishing, following and realizing public values. To study public values a broad perspective is needed. The article suggest a research agenda for this encompasing kind of public values research. Finally the contributions to the symposium are introduced.

Creating Value

Author : Elspeth Probyn
ISBN : 090989759X
Genre : Australia
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This book contains a number of essays describing social and human values.
Category: Australia

The New Public Leadership Challenge

Author : Stephen Brookes
ISBN : PSU:000067923731
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book offers a new insight into leadership in the public sector: It describes public leadership as a form of collective leadership in which leaders from a range of public, private and voluntary organizations share a common aim in improving the life of communities. It examines the current focus on public service reform and highlights the impact that performance targets have had on leadership. The importance of the role of the individual leader is acknowledged, but it argues that this role is not to provide the answers but to ask intelligent questions in tackling wicked issues that undermine well being. The book explores the experience of reform across the sector and sets some tough challenges for government, public institutions and their leaders. It will be of benefit to all who are interested in what the future holds for public services and prompts a different way of thinking about leadership.
Category: Business & Economics

Education And The Crisis Of Public Values

Author : Henry A. Giroux
ISBN : 1433112167
Genre : Education
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Education and the Crisis of Public Values examines the shift in American society away from democratic public values, the ensuing move toward a market-driven mode of education, and the growing social disinvestment in youth in the last decade. The book examines how the ideal of public education as a democratic public sphere, has been under siege in a number of ways, including full fledged attacks by corporate interests on public school teachers, schools of education, and teacher unions. The book also examines how a business culture cloaked in the guise of generosity and reform has supported a charter school movement that takes as its aim the dismantling of public schools in favor of a corporate-friendly privatized system. The book concludes by arguing for educators to take on the role of public intellectuals willing to engage in creating a formative culture of learning capable of nurturing the capacities to defend public and higher education as a public good crucial to sustaining a critical citizenry and a democratic society. Central to the book is the issue of what is now required for educators, parents, and concerned citizens to align education with a defense of public values, critical education to a defense of public life, and the construction of young people as individual and social agents responsible to the ideals of a democratic society.
Category: Education


Author : Environmental Design Research Association
ISBN : PSU:000046987594
Genre : Architecture
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Creating And Implementing Your Strategic Plan

Author : John M. Bryson
ISBN : 1118046560
Genre : Business & Economics
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Creating and Implementing Your Strategic Plan is the best-selling companion to John Bryson's landmark book, Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations. This new edition of the workbook is completely revised and updated and can be used as a stand-alone resource or as a companion to Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations. A step-by-step guide to putting strategic planning to work in public and nonprofit organizations, this indispensable workbook includes easy-to-understand worksheets and clear instructions for creating a strategic plan tailored to the needs of the individual organization. From setting up the meeting room to establishing a vision of the future, every step of the strategic planning process is covered. The workbook shows how to: Refine your organization’s mission and values Assess your internal and external environment Identify and frame strategic issues Formulate strategies to help manage the issues Create, review, and adopt the strategic plan Assess the strategic planning process
Category: Business & Economics