Offering essential interpretations of the surge in recent literature on strategy and public management, this timely and insightful Handbook includes contributions from some of the key figures in the field, focusing on concepts such as strategic management, strategic planning, and strategizing for public purposes. Providing an in-depth examination of strategic public management as a key topic in public management and governance, this Handbook considers the interconnections between strategy, public value, and the state, and the challenges of strategizing collaborative governance.
|Series||Elgar Handbooks in Public Administration and Management|
- Strategic management in public organizations
- Strategy, public value and the state
- Public value creation systems
- Public manager
- Theoretical perspectives
- Methods in strategic public management