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Articles from The Public Manager (December 22, 2005)

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2005 was not a very good year. Editorial 1301
Achieving environmental sustainability in government operations: senior executives frankly discuss lessons learned and future challenges in adopting environmentally sustainable operations. Stone, Steven J.; Dzuray, Emil J. 2793
After Katrina, Americans hit the snooze button. McGinnis, Patricia 698
Changing culture: generational collision and creativity: learn about demographic and cultural changes that have taken place in recent decades --which make it critically important for government leaders to attract creative individuals into public service--and how a human services agency in Nebraska is addressing the challenge. Leuenberger, Deniz Zeynep; Kluver, Jodie Drapal 2619
Changing practices: attracting graduates to government: federal agencies miss opportunities to recruit top talent when they fail to debunk myths that steer new graduates into the private sector and rely on archaic hiring processes that today's top professionals bypass for easier and quicker private-sector job offers. Spahr, Adrienne 1009
Changing workforce: leading effectively when change is the norm: Canadian government managers discover how to weather draconian layoffs and budget cuts by turning inward to become more authentic. Bunker, Kerry; Wakefield, Michael 2449
E-governance in Slovenia: Part II: survey research shows progress and gaps in the Slovenian public sector's citizen-centered e-communication transformation. Pinteric, Uros 1987
Enterprise-wide performance and business process management: learn what the Florida Department of Revenue, a large organization in the fourth most populous state, has been doing to generate business results that exceed private-sector performance expectations. Weeks, Dale F. 3121
Making a world of difference through development alliances: USAID's recent efforts to partner with private companies in the identification, design, funding, and implementation of development projects render some lessons learned. Runde, Dan 1883
Making reward for performance a reality: federal agencies are introducing performance-based pay approaches using specific rewards practices to facilitate the transition to performance-based work--what we call "reward for performance.". Trahant, Bill; Yearout, Steve 3306
Stories of service to inspire us all--the "Sammies": learn about the extraordinary recipients of the 2005 Sammies, whose achievements and stories of federal service remind us why government matters. Image of Public Service. Stier, Max 3020
Strategies for local government fiscal stability: six strategies public managers must master to stabilize year-to-year variances in local government funding. Baker, David L. 3621
The art of framing for political advantage. Zauderer, Donald G. Book Review 1487
The manager's musings. Master, Warren 564
When the halo wears off: a recent United Nations report, Unlocking the Human Potential for Public Sector Performance, shares some lessons from two decades of global diffusion of New Public Management thinking and practice. Helgason, Kristinn Sv.; Klareskov, Vilhelm 3438

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