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JACKSON, . PALMER, B. (1989): First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector. JOHNSON, N. (1983): State and Government in the Federal Republic of Germany.

JACKSON, . Public Finance Foundation. 2nd ed. (Ist ed. 1973). KEELING, D. (1972): Management in Government.

There are many reasons why risk should be managed in the public sector, . First Publish Online: 18 Oct 2010.

Risk management may not only contribute to the success in overall management of public institutions but also effectively alleviate any negative perceptions by the public. There are many reasons why risk should be managed in the public sector, . a threat of terrorism, disturbances related to the introduction of new IT systems (e-risk), corruption and fraud, problems in internal communication, poor quality of public services, medical threats in a society. ABM: In the Public Domain.

management and measurement within public sector organizations and explains . subsequent Labour governments. incorporated and reflected in the performance management system

management and measurement within public sector organizations and explains the possible. unwelcome effects of performance management. It divides the problems into three. Many books and papers have been written on the subject. Some are sector specific (Holliday, 1995) and others are more general. incorporated and reflected in the performance management system.

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Government Organizations David Osborne, Mark G. Popovich 87- Designing Performance Appraisals: Assessing Needs and Designing Performance Management Systems in the Public Sector Sam Agere, Noella Jorm, Samuel Agere 88- First Steps in Measuring Performance in th. .

Government Organizations David Osborne, Mark G. Popovich 87- Designing Performance Appraisals: Assessing Needs and Designing Performance Management Systems in the Public Sector Sam Agere, Noella Jorm, Samuel Agere 88- First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector: A Management Guide Peter Jackson, Bob Palmer 89- Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management Bob Paladino 90- Government Performance: Why Management Matters Patricia W.

Jackson, P. and Palmer, A. (1989a) First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector. Public Finance Foundation and Price Waterhouse. Jackson, P. M. (1989b) Extending the Frontiers of Performance Measurement: How Much Further Can We Go? in Beeton, D. (ed), Performance Measurement: Getting the Concepts Right, Public Finance Foundation, Discussion Paper 18. Kent Weaver, R. (1986) The Politics of Blame Avoidance, Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 37–398.

88- First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector: A Management Guide Peter Jackson . 180- Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach Ian Palmer, Richard Dunford, Gib Akin.

88- First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector: A Management Guide Peter Jackson, Bob Palmer. 89- Five Key Principles of Corporate Performance Management Bob Paladino. 90- Government Performance: Why Management Matters Patricia W. Ingraham, Philip G. Joyce, Amy Kneedler Donahue. 181- Presence: An Exploration of Profound Change in People, Organizations and Society Peter M. Senge, C. Otto Scharmer, Joseph Jaworski, Betty Sue Flowers.

Many public sector organisations operate as monopoly providers

Many public sector organisations operate as monopoly providers. Even if customers are not happy with the service they receive, they cannot switch to an alternative supplier. In the public sector, the managers are the agents, who act on behalf of the principal. The principal would be the general public, although the role of principal is often played by the government on their behalf. Measuring the performance of the benchmark Prior to starting to perform measurement, the organisation will have identified what it wants to measure (in step two), so it should already be clear what information is required. The question now is how to obtain it.


First Steps in Measuring Performance in the Public Sector: A Management Guide download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Peter Jackson,Bob Palmer
ISBN: 0852994346
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy (September 1989)
Pages: 54 pages