Topical and taking a bold stance in the contentious debate surrounding performance in the public sector, this new edition shows readers how performance thinking has a substantial impact on the management of public organizations.
Thoroughly revised and updated, this highly successful text, written by an experienced academic and practitioner is packed full with a wealth of new features. These include:
- more examples and cases, from a variety of different sectors, including, hospitals, courts, school and universities
- a whole new chapter on the dynamics of performance management; answering the questions – how do PM systems evolve? Which effects will dominate in the long run?
- many extra recommendations for making PM attractive for managers.
An informed and up-to-date analysis of this subject, this is an essential text for all those studying, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, performance management in the public sector.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Part 1: 1. An Introduction to Performance Measurement 2. The Perverse Effects of Performance Measurement 3. The Dynamics of Performance Measurement: Five Laws Part 2: 4. Design Principles for Performance Measurement 5. Trust and Interaction 6. Content and Variety 7. Dynamics: Towards Lively Performance Measurement Part 3: 8. Conclusions and Three Paradoxes