I’m working on a Business question and need guidance to help me study.
Prepare a research paper on a public management issue: Compare and contrast at least two leading approaches to managing public organizations (old and new management systems/protocols).
This paper will be in the format of a report giving factual information and will not be an advocacy paper.
The paper should be at least 10 pages [the total does not include Cover Page, Abstract, and Reference Page(s)] in the length.
The paper needs to include at least six scholarly sources, four of which must be peer-reviewed sources.
References are listed at the end of the paper and should follow the APA Style Manual.
Narrow the issue listed above, and be very specific with the research.
Discussing alcohol or drugs is not authorized.
Think about the following when discussing details that answer this question listed above: The Future of Public Management, how Congress affects today’s Public Manager, Assessing diversity, or lack thereof, plays in public administration.
Also the answer to this question must include a subject that talks about managing public organizations (old and new management systems/protocols) that takes into account multiple stakeholders and decision-makers. Describe the importance of information systems for public managers and the characteristics of useful information. (Do not recycle your forum work or other papers.)
Lastly. Explain how to initiate a cultural change in the military organization.
Proofread carefully. Remember to use formal English. This means you need to avoid first person (I, me, my, we, our, ours) and second person (you, yours). Use third person (he, she, it, they, their, them) instead. Avoid colloquial language (for example, use children instead of kids and avoid phrases such as “spot on” and stilted language (for example, use among instead of amongst and learned instead of learnt).
Use your in-text citations.
Andrews, R., & Van de Walle, S. (2013). New public management and citizens’ perceptions of local service efficiency, responsiveness, equity and effectiveness. Public Management Review, 15(5), 762-783.
Denhardt, R. B., & Denhardt, J. V. (2000). The new public service: Serving rather than steering. Public administration review, 60(6), 549-559.
Hyndman, N., & Lapsley, I. (2016). New public management: The story continues. Financial Accountability & Management, 32(4), 385-408.
Rauh, J. (2018). Ethics problems in the new public service: Back to a service ethic?. Public Integrity, 20(3), 234-256.
Robinson, M. (2015). From old public administration to the new public service: Implications for public sector reform in developing countries. UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence.
Ventriss, C., Perry, J. L., Nabatchi, T., Milward, H. B., & Johnston, J. M. (2019). Democracy, Public Administration, and Public Values in an Era of Estrangement. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance, 2(4), 275-282.