Managing Diversity in the Civil Service

Filename: managing-diversity-in-the-civil-service.pdf
ISBN: 1586032240
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 169
Publisher: IOS Press

Download and read online Managing Diversity in the Civil Service in PDF and EPUB Those who wish to read other papers and follow the debate between the participants, can visit the DPEPA website.

Servants of the State

Filename: servants-of-the-state.pdf
ISBN: 0820323624
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 271
Author: Margaret C. Rung
Publisher: University of Georgia Press

Download and read online Servants of the State in PDF and EPUB For two decades during which the US government led the way in providing new employment opportunities for women and African Americans, the author examines national labor relations policies, practices, and ideology from the perspective of managers. She demonstrates how growing unionization and attention to administrative management make the period critical in the history of US government labor relations.

Winning the Needed Change

Filename: winning-the-needed-change.pdf
ISBN: 9781586039585
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 259
Author: Ignacio Pichardo Pagaza
Publisher: IOS Press

Download and read online Winning the Needed Change in PDF and EPUB Winning The Needed Change: Saving our Planet Earth represents the outcome of long deliberations and systematic exchanges among the several members of a truly global team. It reflects a diversity of viewpoints and makes no claim to finality. However, it represents an effort to carry the debate, which started with the establishment of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS), or arguably much earlier, one step further, onto the planetary level. It begins with an acknowledgement of the overarching role of the human factor in global governance and the critical importance of public service professionalism. It is hopefully only the first and one of many phases in the long, arduous process and worldwide debate, which is needed to elevate public service professionalism to a higher, global level. Cross-culturally conceived and written in three languages, this addition to the series of the IIAS on global governance issues is a must for any student or scholar of the subject, as well as a needed addition to university libraries and centers of research.


Filename: politeia.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105123425345
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages:

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Managing diversity in public sector workforces

Filename: managing-diversity-in-public-sector-workforces.pdf
ISBN: 0813339936
Release Date: 2002-02-28
Number of pages: 167
Author: Norma Riccucci
Publisher: Westview Pr

Download and read online Managing diversity in public sector workforces in PDF and EPUB Addresses increased diversity in government work forces, and management strategies appropriate for managing diversity. Today, public employers are poised to create productive work forces that are represented of the global population.

Britain s Modernised Civil Service

Filename: britain-s-modernised-civil-service.pdf
ISBN: 9781137086655
Release Date: 2008-02-18
Number of pages: 288
Author: June Burnham
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Download and read online Britain s Modernised Civil Service in PDF and EPUB Britain's Modernised Civil Service provides detailed analysis of the structure and operation of the modern civil service along with an historically grounded account of its development. Key events, personalities and scandals help bring the account to life and illuminate and challenge the various theories of what the civil service is or should be. The authors take the evolutionary change of the civil service as a central theme and examine the impact of the major reforms of recent years on the historic Whitehall unitary model. They assess the impact of the New Public Management agenda of the Thatcher and Major years and the role of the Civil Service in the multi-governmental context of devolution and membership of the European Union. Further changes associated with New Labour such the increased role of think tanks, special advisers and the impact of the freedom of information act further sharpen the picture of today's civil service and lead to a rethinking of theories of its role. This readable book by two leading authorities provides an up-to-date account of Britain's Civil Service that will be essential reading for students of British politics, public policy and management. June Burnham is a researcher and consultant in the area of public services and public policy and formerly Senior Lecturer in European Government at Middlesex University. Robert Pyper is Professor of Government and Public Management, and Head of the Division of Public Policy at Glasgow Caledonian University. He is author of The British Civil Service for which this is a fully-revised replacement volume.

Diversity management

Filename: diversity-management.pdf
ISBN: 0471964492
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 253
Author: Robert L. Flood
Publisher: Wiley

Download and read online Diversity management in PDF and EPUB The approach known as Diversity Management, is about managing the increasing diversity of issues that confront us. It is a response to the ever growing number of approaches more models, more methodologies and more theories developed to tackle those issues. Diversity Management addresses this new issue to be confronted how to choose between the models, methodologies and theories. The book, Diversity Management: Triple Loop Learning, will provide a strong intellectual contribution to the now widely debated issue of managing diversity. It carefully blends theory and practice in order to provide substance to the debate on diversity management in the social and systems sciences. The focus on triple loop learning increases the fullness of learning about the diversity of issues and dilemmas faced. It brings together three main learning centres in one overall awareness so that the process is more reflexive and those involved can operate more intelligently and responsibly. Diversity Management: Triple Loop Learning is thoroughly illustrated with case studies and shows theoreticians and interventionists how they can operate with a consciousness that is more than the sum of its parts.

South African Journal of Labour Relations

Filename: south-african-journal-of-labour-relations.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105133491485
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages:

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Personnel Management in Government

Filename: personnel-management-in-government.pdf
ISBN: 9781466513648
Release Date: 2016-04-19
Number of pages: 510
Author: Katherine C. Naff
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Personnel Management in Government in PDF and EPUB With over 20 million people on its payroll, the government continues to be the largest employer in the country. Managing people who do the nation’s work is of critical importance to politicians and government leaders as well as citizens. The great recession of 2008 put enormous strains on governments, highlighting the key role personnel play in managing under times of austerity as well as prosperity. A thorough examination of political and historical aspects, Personnel Management in Government: Politics and Process, Seventh Edition provides students with a comprehensive understanding of human resource management within its historical and political context in the public sector. It discusses the development of public sector human resource management, the present status of best practices, and important insights from current scholarship on all three levels of government: federal, state, and local. See What’s New in the Seventh Edition: Personnel reforms under the Obama administration Pension developments at state and local levels of government Labor relations reforms at state and local levels, e.g. recent experiences in Michigan, Ohio, and other states making big changes to labor laws and policies Changes to diversity and affirmative action initiatives across the nation Developments in performance outcome initiatives at all levels of government During the 36 years since the publication of the first edition, the authors have addressed issues that were not yet considered mainstream, yet have become so over time. The seventh edition is no different. It examines progress that public personnel professionals are making to address changes in the political, legal, and managerial environment of the current decade. Exploring developments and innovations in the management of people who carry out the government's work, the book introduces students to public sector personnel management.


Filename: cafrad-news.pdf
ISBN: IND:30000092816192
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages:
Author: African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development

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Improving Public Management

Filename: improving-public-management.pdf
ISBN: 1446230104
Release Date: 1990-12-18
Number of pages: 272
Author: Dr Les Metcalfe
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Improving Public Management in PDF and EPUB Now in paperback in an Enlarged Edition, this volume explores the lessons of one of the most comprehensive attempts to improve public management. Metcalfe and Richards describe and assess Thatcher's Efficiency Strategy as an exercise in improving public management. They explain how the strategy has gone about improving administrative performance by increasing cost-consciousness in the use of resources and creating flexibility for managing change. They analyze major themes such as: decentralization, information systems and budgets as management tools, organization design, and the management of interdepartmental relations.

Diversity Management in the UK

Filename: diversity-management-in-the-uk.pdf
ISBN: 9781135269241
Release Date: 2010-02-25
Number of pages: 274
Author: Anne-marie Greene
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Diversity Management in the UK in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive and critical review of the global scholarly literature on diversity, this book presents findings from original UK-based research involving in-depth organizational case studies, interviews, observation and documentary data from over fifty organizations. Analyzing the findings from the perspective of key stakeholder groups - diversity practitioners, line-managers, trade union equality officers, workplace trade union representatives and employees, it addresses a range of questions, including: How is the diversity concept developing in the UK? Has the UK deconstructed and reconstructed the diversity concept to fit with the legal, social and economic context of UK organizations? How are organizations in the public and private sectors responding in practical terms to the diversity concept? What is the legacy of the traditional equal opportunity concept? What are the experiences of different organizational stakeholders of diversity management? Whose interests does diversity management serve? Looking at many of the weaknesses associated with more traditional equal opportunity policy approaches, this book is excellent reading for all students of international business, entrepreneurship and small businesses.

Competency Management in the Public Sector

Filename: competency-management-in-the-public-sector.pdf
ISBN: 4274905497
Release Date: 2002-01-01
Number of pages: 189
Author: Sylvia Horton
Publisher: IOS Press

Download and read online Competency Management in the Public Sector in PDF and EPUB Designed for both practitioners and academics, this work seeks to inform the reader about the practice of competency management services in the public sector. It throws light on the origins and meanings of the concept and traces the competency movement from the 1980s in the UK and USA.

Comparing Devolved Governance

Filename: comparing-devolved-governance.pdf
ISBN: 9780230389793
Release Date: 2012-03-29
Number of pages: 277
Author: D. Birrell
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Comparing Devolved Governance in PDF and EPUB Examines recent evidence of a growing symmetry in the operation of devolution in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This book makes one of the first systematic and detailed comparisons of the operation of the devolved institutions and machinery of governance. It uses a comparative approach to explore the key workings of government.