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Examines the renewed interest in implementation of total quality management (TQM) in federal government services. In particular analyses the concept of customer service in the Federal Government and how it is perceived. Details three common misunderstandings which drive the development and...
Suggests that recent models of programme implementation have attempted to accommodate both “top‐down” and “bottomup” concerns within their framework. Some analysts have argued that future development of implementation analysis requires further consolidation of these models and the range of...
Explores recent changes where, like other public sector organizations, the probation service did not escape the managerial revolution. The service has become increasingly focused in its objectives on policies determined by the Home Office, policies which have tended to measure numerical data...
Focuses on criminal justice, and especially on the courts, as a case study to illustrate some of the main changes which public sector managerialism has imposed on public sector institutions. Presents both theoretical and empirical evidence to suggest that the relevance of managerialism is now...
A major thrust in public service computing in the late 1990s is the building of electronic bridges between the large‐scale computer systems which have been embedded into the complex bureaucratic structures of late twentieth‐century government. This process includes the development of electronic...
Recent surveys show that process‐reengineering (BPR) has had widespread adoption in western countries. This has been motivated by case studies where drastic improvements in quality, productivity, cost reduction and competitiveness have been reported. The rate of failure in re‐engineering...
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