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The study of managers in collaborative efforts continues to progress. In this article, the authors investigate the efforts by managers to build and maintain collaborative processes to address complex public problems that vary by policy area (emergency management, environmental regulation, and...
One of the few mentoring topics that has received little attention in the abundant mentoring literature is the determinants of organically formed (as opposed for formal program-based) mentoring relationships. The authors propose a Goodness of Fit model, which outlines the basic elements of the...
The evidence in this study demonstrates that the dominant pattern of metropolitan governance in the Kansas City metro area across 46 cities and 28 public services is one of intergovernmental cooperation, punctuated by conflict. Contrary to what would be predicted by theories of cooperation, the...
This study contributes to our understanding of public service motivation by clarifying the mechanisms through which public service motivation influences employee attitudes previously linked to organizational performance. In particular, the authors find that the relationship between employee...
The ongoing conversation among the public management and public administration is given a slightly more complex twist in this sequel to the story of Goldilocks and paradigms first published in Administration & Society in 1989.
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