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By Martin Kleinmann.

ISBN-10: 3801724840

ISBN-13: 9783801724849

ISBN-10: 3840924847

ISBN-13: 9783840924842

Personalauswahl und Personalentwicklung sind zentrale Aufgaben des HR-Managements. Assessment-Center, die zunehmend Verbreitung im deutschen Sprachraum finden, leisten seit vielen Jahren wertvolle Hilfe bei der Bewältigung dieser Aufgaben. Dieser Band gibt einen Überblick über verschiedene Ansätze dieser Methode und stellt alle notwendigen Vorüberlegungen, Ablaufschritte und Folgeprozesse zur Durchführung und  Read more...

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Part I: New public management and the challenge of change How is the nature of public sector leadership changing as leaders address substantive issues of terrorism, natural disasters and global warming, demographic change including ageing and immigration, and process issues from hierarchical to collaborative leadership, that is, government to governance? How do leaders address demands for transparency, publicprivate partnerships and new public management (NPM) more generally? Part II: Frontiers of political-administrative relations How is the relationship between political and administrative leadership changing?

Thus, masked by the implicit cultural influences of a technical rational mindset, and perhaps a particular ideological culture, the leadership failures during Hurricane Katrina offer insight into the relationship among ethics, competence and administrative evil. Part V Leadership Training and Development In May 2008 the James MacGregor Burns Academy for Leadership held a symposium on Public Leadership Competencies and Curricula, inviting many of the leading figures in academic and federal efforts in preparing public sector leaders.

Van Wart (with Suino, 2008) also shortened his Dynamics book into a 300-page text. The National Academy of Public Administration initiated an effort that has led to the publication of Morse et al. Transforming Public Leadership for the 21st Century (2007) which explores what the shift [from hierarchy and command and control to collaboration and networks] looks like and also offers guidance on what it should look like. Specifically, the book focuses on the role of career leaders – those in public service – who are agents of change not only in their own organizations, but also in their communities and policy domains.

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