Distinctive Characteristics Public Organizations

Distinctive Characteristics Public Organizations

  • Understanding and Managing Public Organizations (5th ed.)

    • Chapter 1, “The Challenge of Effective Public Organization and Management” (pp. 3–15)
    • Chapter 3, “What Makes Public Organizations Distinctive” (pp. 53–85)
    • Chapter 4, “Analyzing the Environment of Public Organizations” (pp.86-100)
    • Chapter 5, “The Impact of Political Power and Public Policy” (pp. 99–137)

    I have chosen these pages in the Rainey text for one of this week’s readings because together they illustrate the uniqueness of public organizations and the specific “environmental factors” that affect the development, management, and operation of organizations in the public sphere.Rainey, H.G. (2014).

    Cities Are Fighting States over Municipal Broadband

    I selected this article as one of two readings that provide a case study of some “environmental factors” with which public organizations must contend as explained in the Rainey text. Here we see the interaction of city governments with other layers of the U.S. government, as well as the application of “public values” and “public value” as a whole.Stinson, J. (2014).

    FCC Kills State Laws Blocking Municipal Broadband

    I selected this article as one of two readings that provide a case study of some “environmental factors” with which public organizations must contend as explained in the Rainey text. Here we see the interaction of city governments with other layers of the U.S. government, as well as the application of “public values” and “public value” as a whole.Malek, M. (2015)__________

 

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