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In my opinion, what matters in public management is to clearly create an image consistently. Of course the image that must be created should be what the public viewed desirable. Desirable means what passes through the public standard and as set by the policy that the government has created.
As mentioned earlier, societies and economies become more interdependent. However, at present time, politics is already integrated in public service. This becomes a challenge for public managers knowing that the work of public administrators should be viewed in a way objective, businesslike and separate from politics (Denhardt and Denhardt, 2007, p.121). It cannot be denied that the public or many people cannot help but sometimes think that public managers’ actions or decisions are politically motivated. Some people have negative impressions on politics. This somehow influences the way of thinking for some people not to fully trust on the sincerity of public administrator’s or manager’s service for the people. It cannot be denied after all that some may believe that politically motivated actions are down to the defeatist level of thinking on politically motivated governance. This is a great challenge for public managers especially to those who are strong in their commitment for public service. It is easy to say that in order to gain public acceptance and trust, a service-oriented for managers is the most important thing that matters. However, it cannot be totally eliminated from others’ level of mentality to doubt the intention of their leaders in leading and serving people. For as long as there is a continuous integration between the societies and politics, there will always be those who also continue to associate service-oriented actions with politically-motivated actions. For public managers, the challenge is to convince people and be consistent in their moves. This is not easy and as the classic idea of
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However it is necessary that the tourist location provides its visitors with attractive places to visit, accompanied with proper accommodation and transport facilities, as well as successful integration of the developments in the location into different variations occurring at the destination (Howie, 2003, p.73).
IT has indeed become a remarkable concept in almost all aspects of human life. However, IT also has some shortcomings, which have been portrayed by failure and problems in certain organizations. Information system failure in a hospital is a symbol of IT failure.
The aim of using this viewpoint is to generate reconstruction in the communal segments for improved presentation. It is also seen as the tendency linking communal improvements that have been practiced across the world for the past years. It is understood that when there is more market orientation in the public sector, it will lead to greater cost effectiveness for most governments in the world (Armstrong 2006, p.45).
98). Organizational culture is primarily a set of shared basic assumptions, and is usually multidimensional. Different levels of this ‘culture’ comprise those aspects or elements that are valued by an organization. External adaptations as well as internal integration are two chief features of organizational culture.
The ever increasing demands of the people in the quality service rendered to them by public organizations, is one that has awoken the need for public sector organizations to adopt the implementation of modern management techniques. In this view Richardson (2006), puts it that "Traditionally, public service organizations have had little need to worry about market share and increasing competition, since they operate in a monopolistic environment.
the first Director General of BBC, John Reith, in the 1920s, when he had remarked that the creation of PBS was chiefly to “inform, educate and entertain”. PBS, in modern UK, is controlled and regulated by Ofcom, and there are certain necessary obligations that form a part
cs include changing demographics and geographical distribution of clients, whereas reimbursement patterns and mandates consist of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and new required coding and reporting systems. These issues demonstrate the complex forces that drive the demand for
pular belief, a consultancy is not necessarily an agency whereby for instance, a management consultancy is not the same as a management agency in that the former offers a whole range of services that deal with consultancy while the latter works on a commission for the employees.