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Callahan / Schwella / Olshfski Global Public Management



Cases and Comments

1. Auflage 2005, 216 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 153 mm x 229 mm, Gewicht: 312 g
ISBN: 978-0-7619-2796-9
Verlag: SAGE Publications, Inc


Callahan / Schwella / Olshfski Global Public Management

Global Public Management offers a collection of cases illustrating managerial problems and policy situations that managers could face anywhere in the world. These cases are then analyzed by universal scholars and practitioners of public management. The case comments focus on identifying the problem in the case and offering suggestions on how to handle the conflict.

Taken together, the case and the three different assessments of the case offer a marvelous way for students of administration to gain vicarious experience in managing in a global environment. The cases describe situations that managers might face, and the comments offered by the experts clearly demonstrate that managerial problems are in the eye of the beholder and that there are the alternative strategies to solve the problem.

Key Features:

- The cases are short, between 3 and 10 pages in length, and they address issues that a typical public manager faces on the job.
- This book presents both the problematic situation and a host of proposed solutions.
- The suggested interpretations of the cases come from public administration academics and practitioners who have worked or are working in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East.

Weitere Infos & Material


Introduction - Kathe Callahan, Dorothy Olshfski, and Erwin Schwella
Case 1 Parking Tickets and School Bonds - Suzanne J. Piotrowski
Case 2 The Education of the Police Commissioner - Erwin Schwella
Case 3 Community Outreach Chaos - Kathryn Hammond
Case 4 Performance Reports - Karel van der Molen and Belinda Van Wyk
Case 5 The Price of Rebuilding a War-Torn Town - Bojana Blagojevic
Case 6 University Games - Helen Paxton
Case 7 Redevelopment and the Community - Mark Swilling
Case 8 Reporting the Local News - Terence J. Reidy
Case 9 Returning Home to Serve - Frederic Bogui
Case 10 Computer Problems at the Library - Ray Schwartz
Case 11 Getting Support for Good Works - Janna Ataiants
Case 12 An Office Romance - RaJade Berry
Case 13 Moving Up in the Organization - Belinda Van Wyk
Case 14 Training Grant Decisions - Richard Blake and Paulette Laubsch
Case 15 Getting the Staff On Board - Kamal Chavda
Case 16 Starting the New Job - Jessica de Koninick
Case 17 Friendships and the Job - Myung Jean Chun
Case 18 The Workplace of Doom - Willa Bruce
Comments - Parking Tickets and School Bonds - Mel Dubnick
Comments - Parking Tickets and School Bonds - Yilin Hou
Comments - Parking Tickets and School Bonds - Babette Smit
Comments - The Education of the Police Commissioner - Richard C. Kearney
Comments - The Education of the Police Commissioner - Rosanne Manghisi
Comments - The Education of the Police Commissioner - Nancy Soper DuBro
Comments - Community Outreach Chaos - Cheryl Simrell King
Comments - Community Outreach Chaos - Lyle Wray
Comments - Community Outreach Chaos - Kaifeng Yang
Comments - Performance Reports - Maria P. Aristigueta
Comments - Performance Reports - Andrew Bednarek
Comments - Performance Reports - Harry J. Hayes
Comments - The Price of Rebuilding a War-Torn Town - Eve Annecke
Comments - The Price of Rebuilding a War-Torn Town - Phil Morgan
Comments - The Price of Rebuilding a War-Torn Town - Lyuba Palyvoda
Comments - University Games - Jacques Bojin
Comments - University Games - Fanie Cloete
Comments - University Games - Susan Morley
Comments - Redevelopment and the Community - Jennifer and Derick Brinkerhoff
Comments - Redevelopment and the Community - Vache Gabrielian
Comments - Redevelopment and the Community - Adriaan Schout
Comments - Reporting the Local News - Steve Adubato
Comments - Reporting the Local News - I. H. Meyer
Comments - Reporting the Local News - Susan C. Paddock
Comments - Returning Home to Serve - Valiant Clapper
Comments - Returning Home to Serve - Robert Cunningham
Comments - Returning Home to Serve - Andi Zhamierashvili
Comments - Computer Problems at the Library - Jonathan Justice
Comments - Computer Problems at the Library - Gail Kenny
Comments - Computer Problems at the Library - Sarmistha Rina Majumdar
Comments - Getting Support for Good Works - Koen M. Becking
Comments - Getting Support for Good Works - Peter F. Haruna
Comments - Getting Support for Good Works - Jyl Josephson
Comments - An Office Romance - Alma Joseph
Comments - An Office Romance - Changhwan Mo
Comments - An Office Romance - Meredith Newman
Comments - Moving Up in the Organization - Janet Foley Orosz
Comments - Moving Up in the Organization - Yusuf Sayed
Comments - Moving Up in the Organization - Naomi Wish
Comments - Training Grant Decisions - Hedy Isaacs
Comments - Training Grant Decisions - Willy McCourt
Comments - Training Grant Decisions - Ethel Williams
Comments - Getting the Staff On Board - Tao Hoe Eom
Comments - Getting the Staff On Board - Ray Gonzales
Comments - Getting the Staff On Board - Ton van der Wiel
Comments - Starting the New Job - Domonic A. Bearfield
Comments - Starting the New Job - Jon Foster Pedley
Comments - Starting the New Job - Navdeep Mathur
Comments - Friendships and the Job - Seok-Hwan Lee
Comments - Friendships and the Job - Carl W. Nels


Callahan, Kathe
Professor <strong>Kathleen M. Callahan</strong> is Assistant Professor of public administration at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey.  She is co-author with Marc Holzer of Government at Work (Sage, 1998).  In addition, she is the author of numerous journal articles on citizen participation, public sector productivity improvement, and privatization.  Her most current research focuses on citizen participation in local government.

Schwella, Erwin
Professor <strong>Erwin Schwella</strong> is Professor and Director of the School of Public Management, University of Stellenbosch, Bellville, South Africa. He has published widely in academic journals and is co-author of two texts published in South Africa, <em>Public Resource Management</em> (Juta & Co, Kenwyn ) and <em>Public Management</em> (Juta & Co, Kenwyn).

Olshfski, Dorothy F.
Dr. <strong>Dorothy Farr Olshfski </strong>is Associate Professor, Graduate Department of Public Administration, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey. She is the Managing Editor of <em>Public Productivity and Management Review</em>. In addition, she has published articles in numerous academic journals including, <em>Public Administration Review, Public Productivity</em> and <em>Management Review, Administration and Society, Review of Public Personnel Administration</em>, <em>International Journal of Public Administration</em>, and <em>Western Political Science Quarterly</em>. Previously, Dr. Olshfski served as Chair, Section on Management Science and Policy Analysis, American Society for Public Administration.


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