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Editorial Mark Davison Steve Onyett Co-editors Happy New Year and, indeed, decade to Therefore, in his interview in this issue, you all. Will Hutton predicts some of the forthcoming We enter the unfortunately named ‘teenies’ challenges. He defines a modern, yet in a period of austerity, and in sharp contrast retrospective, approach to public sector provision to the relatively prosperous ‘noughties’. As through a ‘matrix of providers’ based on social public sector consultants we are both acutely entrepreneurism and mutuality. aware of the concerns for the majority of our Continuing in this spirit of fresh responses clients about the reduced investment in public to emerging challenges, Robin Ryde brings us services and the potential impact on customers a comprehensive appraisal of an international and staff. Colleagues in other countries endeavour incorporating action research with tell us of similar concerns. Here in the UK leadership development across four countries. we have entered into what is likely to be a The learning he describes points to a new order protracted General Election campaign, where of innovation required by leaders to meet some of both main political parties are out to prove the challenges we have mentioned. their toughness on public finances and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1747-9886
DOI
10.5042/ijlps.2010.0106
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Abstract

Mark Davison Steve Onyett Co-editors Happy New Year and, indeed, decade to Therefore, in his interview in this issue, you all. Will Hutton predicts some of the forthcoming We enter the unfortunately named ‘teenies’ challenges. He defines a modern, yet in a period of austerity, and in sharp contrast retrospective, approach to public sector provision to the relatively prosperous ‘noughties’. As through a ‘matrix of providers’ based on social public sector consultants we are both acutely entrepreneurism and mutuality. aware of the concerns for the majority of our Continuing in this spirit of fresh responses clients about the reduced investment in public to emerging challenges, Robin Ryde brings us services and the potential impact on customers a comprehensive appraisal of an international and staff. Colleagues in other countries endeavour incorporating action research with tell us of similar concerns. Here in the UK leadership development across four countries. we have entered into what is likely to be a The learning he describes points to a new order protracted General Election campaign, where of innovation required by leaders to meet some of both main political parties are out to prove the challenges we have mentioned. their toughness on public finances and

Journal

The International Journal of Leadership in Public ServicesEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 23, 2010

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