Strategic Public Management by Howard Balanoff
Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations

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Complex management issues in the public sector can’t be addressed with limited, short-term fixes. Strategic, well-conceived approaches are critical to meet your organization’s long-term needs. Through expert advice and real-world examples, Strategic Public Management: Best Practices from Government and Nonprofit Organizations presents the solutions that today’s public administrators are putting into practice to address a variety of challenges, including planning and managing core mission functions, integrating new technology, and pursuing measurable results.

About Howard Balanoff

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Howard R. Balanoff, professor of political science at Texas State University, is chair of the university’s William P. Hobby Center for Public Service and serves as director of the Texas Certified Public Manager program. He holds a master’s degree and doctorate in urban and regional planning from Texas A&M University and is chair of the American Society for Public Administration section for certified public management. Warren Master, president and editor-in-chief of "The Public Manager," served for more than 29 years as a career manager in the federal government, holding a number of senior executive and high-level policy, program management, and administrative posts. He has consulted on public management in the U.S. and abroad.
Published January 31, 2011 by Management Concepts Press. 235 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences.

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