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Professionals and the New Managerialism in the Public Sector Paperback – 1 Dec 1998
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"...an up-to-date collection of the latest thinking in the field of educational management." - Education in the North. "There is certainly plenty of meat between its covers...The authors have succeeded in including some thought provoking articles." - Education Today.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, there have been substantial changes to public sector organization and management. A key aspect of this change has been the emergence of a 'new managerialism' which appears to have challenged many widely held and established principles and practices within the public sector. This book explores the relationship between professionals (and professionalism) and the new managerialism by using in-depth studies from education, social work and medicine.See all Product description
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