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Editorial

Editorial am delighted to report upon the continued growth and interest in the work covered in The British Journal of Leadership in Public Services (BJLPS). We are in the process of broadening the range and enhancing the depth of the editorial team to further consolidate and develop the quality and relevance of the journal. We anticipate building upon our links with a range of potential partners. One recent example of this has been with the appointment of Ian Lawson, Business Development Director at the Work Foundation. Ian has already started to make a very positive contribution to the work of the board. After the acknowledged success leadership in public services December 2005 we are now examining some possibilities for of our inaugural conference in exploring and an international In this issue of the Journal we have tried to include a range of papers and articles that will have some levels of applicability across public services. The issue begins with a paper by one of the leading UK contributors on the application of systems theory to effective public service operational delivery. John Seddon clearly and persuasively expounds his perspective upon improving organisational outcomes through more effective leadership, underpinned by a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Pier Professional

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Publisher
Pier Professional
Copyright
Copyright © 2006 by Pier Professional Limited
ISSN
1747-9886
eISSN
2042-8642
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Abstract

am delighted to report upon the continued growth and interest in the work covered in The British Journal of Leadership in Public Services (BJLPS). We are in the process of broadening the range and enhancing the depth of the editorial team to further consolidate and develop the quality and relevance of the journal. We anticipate building upon our links with a range of potential partners. One recent example of this has been with the appointment of Ian Lawson, Business Development Director at the Work Foundation. Ian has already started to make a very positive contribution to the work of the board. After the acknowledged success leadership in public services December 2005 we are now examining some possibilities for of our inaugural conference in exploring and an international In this issue of the Journal we have tried to include a range of papers and articles that will have some levels of applicability across public services. The issue begins with a paper by one of the leading UK contributors on the application of systems theory to effective public service operational delivery. John Seddon clearly and persuasively expounds his perspective upon improving organisational outcomes through more effective leadership, underpinned by a

Journal

The International Journal of Leadership in Public ServicesPier Professional

Published: Jun 1, 2006

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