Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[by] J. W. Glendinning [and] R. E. H. Bullock; edited by J. G. Arthur; with a foreword by J. W. Humble.|
|Contributions||Bullock, R. E. H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||JS3161 .G56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 255 p.|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||73168543|
Management by objectives in government: Theory and practice (Sage professional papers in administrative and policy studies ; ser. no. ) [Jun, Jong S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Management by objectives in government: Theory and practice (Sage professional papers in administrative and policy studies ; ser. no. )Author: Jong S Jun. Some of the very best writings on issues involving local government can be found in journals published by the American Society for Public Administration or journals with which ASPA is associated. This volume includes thirty of the most outstanding articles that have been published over the past sixty years in these journals. Local Government Management is an ideal supplement for any course in. democratic values that can serve as guiding principles for local government management and development. These democratic values will, therefore, be analyzed. LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND DEMOCRATIC VALUES The reconciliation of conflict through local policy and decision-making identifies common collective needs and the equitable allocation and. organizational vitality and creativity. As a term, “Management by Objectives” was first used by Peter Drucker in As a management approach, it has been further developed by many management theoreticians, among them Douglas McGregor, George Odiorne, and John Humble. Essentially, MBO is a process or system designed for.
The paper discusses the managerial philosophy and system known as Management by Objectives or MBO. MBO is a systematic and organised approach that allows management to focus on achievable goals. Handbook of Public Quality Management, edited by Ronald J. Stupak and Peter M. Leitner Handbook of Public Management Practice and Reform, edited by Kuotsai Tom Liou Personnel Management in Government: Politics and Process, Fifth Edition, Jay M. Shafritz, Norma M. Riccucci, David H. Rosenbloom, Katherine C. Naff, and Albert C. Hyde The Local Government Division, through the Office of the Director General and the two directorates has the following objectives: Monitoring To supervise the functions and operations of the local authorities (Regional Committees and Local Councils), in particular with respect to expenditure in order to ensure adherence to legislation. Management By Objectives, or MBO, is a traditional management approach to directing the efforts of managers and the organizational units for which they are responsible. This technique has been used in government for more than 20 years, and substantial literature has accumulated affirming its utility.
Management by Objectives developed by Peter Drucker promises to yield fruits as an effective model for such leadership. Hence this paper presents the results of a survey conducted to determine the extent to which the stipulations, areas and visions of Management by Objectives (MBO) would be. In recent years many companies have introduced self-regulatory teamwork requiring changes in leadership behaviour and systems as well. Consequently a renewed interest has arisen in management by objectives (MBO) as a means for leading self-regulating teams. The above objectives are aligned with the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, (Act No. 32 of ) and the guidelines of the Department of Development Planning and Local Government. Benefits of Performance Management Employees will derive specific benefits from . Management by objectives (MBO) is a management sys-tem that incorporates the features of three processes that are known to constitute good management prac-tice in government: participation in decision making, goal setting, and objective feedback. A compelling base of theory underpins each process (Drucker, ).