4 edition of Cutback management found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by George G. Wynne.|
|Series||Learning from abroad ;, 6|
|Contributions||Wynne, George G., Council for International Urban Liaison.|
|LC Classifications||JS44 .C87 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||83004848|
This is the fifth updated edition of Morgan's study and analysis of urban management in America. First issued in , many of the same problems are found to be facing public officials today - fiscal stress, doing more with less, productivity enhancement, privatization, cutback management, retrenchment, and economic development are still very much part of the vernacular of urban management. Ideal for students of Public Policy and Public Administration, Handbook of Local Government Fiscal Health seeks to both advance the state of the field in terms of research and frameworks around fiscal stress in local government as well as provide an assessment of the tools, monitoring practices.
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Read this article on Questia. Magazine article Government Finance Review Bringing Rigor to Cutback Management: Eugene's Constrained Prioritization Process. Major research interests have focused on organizational effectiveness, life cycles, and the strategic management of decline. Results of these investigations have appeared in numerous professional journals and in four books. Search for more papers by this authorCited by:
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Book Description Professor Dunsire and Professor Hood examines the period between and when the British government, under Margaret Thatcher, underwent severe bureaucratic cutbacks. They first test existing theories on management cutbacks and then test them against what happened in Britain, thus providing a full-length historical study of what actually happened in a decade of cutbacks Cited by: Doing More with Less: Cutback Management in New York City [Anthony Ameruso, Stanley Brezenoff, et al.
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By gathering existing sources, this document represents a first step in moving the field along from anecdote. evaluate, prioritize, and get back to basics, a cutback environment presents a tremendous opportunity (perhaps the best opportunity) Cutback management book change, to find innovative solutions, to streamline processes and to focus on organizational strengths.
Absent fiscal pressure or some other significant organizationalFile Size: KB. Cutback management is a key theme for public services in an era of austerity, but the responsibilities for implementing public funding cutbacks do not always fall upon managers employed in the.
Cutback Management and the Paradox of Publicness Cutback management in the public sector poses unique problems. More than 30 years ago, Charles Levine illustrated these problems by discussing the paradoxes of cutback management in public organizations.
Building on Levine’s work on cutback management and. Literature review on cutback management Publication Introduction The literature review at hand is the first deliverable of Work Package no.
7 The global financial crisis in the public sector as an emerging coordination challenge of the EU Seventh Framework program project Coordinating for Cohesion in the Public Sector of the Future (COCOPS).Cited by: Cutback Management Strategies.
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The study of cutback management at the state and local levels, or the management of resources in times of fiscal decline, has evolved since its inception in the s. Throughout this time, scholars have attempted to answer how and why cutback management takes place, as well as its implications for future economic development and fiscal by: BUDGET CUTBACK STRATEGIES NAVIGATING A BUDGET CRISIS.
Developing a Budget Strategy Scott Dellinger Mayor of Mountain View Bruce Jones Mayor of Douglas WAM Winter Workshop January 12th, Short-term, Temporary Measures safety, storm water management. cutback management. This is followed by an elabora-tion of three enduring themes - organizational goals, employee motivation, and organizational perfor-mance - that are informed by the publicness paradox and relevant to cutback management.
The essay closes with a discussion on the implications of this perspec-tive. Levine's Legacy on Cutback. it anticipates an emphasis on “cutback management” as last seen in the United Kingdom in the s, and reflects on the successful Canadian experience. Three hypotheses are advanced: failure to control spending; success based on the New Public Management; and the need to adapt government capabilities to manage by: 4.
Challenges for third sector organisations in cutback management: a sporting case study of the implications of publicness. Public Management Review: Vol. 22, No.
2, pp. Cited by: 1. Cutback management in public organizations can be divided into two separate steps: decision-making and implementation.
Let’s start with decision-making. Decision-making All good management theories come in pairs, and so it also with cutback management. A distinction can be made between proportional, or cheese-slicing, approaches and targeted.
Public Management in Times of Austerity – The Literature. Eva Moll Ghin and Mads Bøge Kristiansen. The Five Case Countries.
Eva Moll Ghin and Mads Bøge Kristiansen. Part 2: Cutback Management in Times of Austerity. Germany an Outlier in Terms of Fiscal Adjustment. Jobst Fiedler, Gerhard Hammerschmid and Lorenz Löffler.
New Brunswick (U.S.A.): Transaction Books, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: Innovative management in fast-growing Phoenix / Marvin A Japan\'s need for cutback management \/ Kohichiro Yano -- Applying cutback management to the public sector \/ Tatsuo Miyazaki and Hitoshi Kimura.
The Paperback of the Cutback Management in Public Bureaucracies: Popular Theories and Observed Outcomes in Whitehall by Andrew Dunsire, Christopher Hood | Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Andrew Dunsire.
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Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. TV News. Top. The book culminates with a description of how to use strategic management as a day-to-day tool for effective bottom-up cutback management, and provides real-life case situations of how state and local governments are effectively dealing with the cutback and involvement processes.
This book is aimed at state and local government policy and. Cutback Management Charles Levine defines cutback management as managing organizational change toward lower levels of resource consumption and organizational activity.^ Since its environment is characterized by scarcity, cutback management entails the management of conflict.
Like traditional administration, cutback management holdsAuthor: Francis Obiahu. Alu. Murray, Victor V., and Todd D Jick ' Coping with hard times: budget cutbacks in human service organizations — part I: an analysis of the emergence and recognition of cutbacks'.
Paper presented at American Sociological by: The book is intended as a comprehensive overview of urban management, including the environmental context, service delivery, management processes, and strategic planning and economic development in major US cities.
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback Edition: 7th Findings contribute to theory development in cutback management in public organisations. Output Thesis. Beoogd: proefschrift; J.E.T.
Schmidt(): Perspectives on cutback management in public organisations, Rotterdam Janu ; Chapter in book. J.E.T. Schmidt, C.F. van den Berg(): Fit for the Future pp.