Organization Theory and Public Management, by Jonathan Tompkins introduces the theoretical and conceptual information necessary to be effective managers. This book examines every major school-of-thought by taking a chronological approach. This strategy enables the reader to understand every main faculty within the context by which it emerged and gained prominence.
Putting every faculty in historic context by means of using a chronological approach to the examination of theory allows for a deeper understanding of the fabric and encourages the reader to develop his or her own ideas and ideas. The easily digestible presentation of the extraordinarily giant quantity of traditional material associated to Organizational Idea at each the macro and micro level.
Organization Theory and Public Management book is nicely written and straightforward to read. It accommodates definitions which are bolded for comfort and a brief chapter 1 that offers a quick abstract of your complete book. I’d positively recommend this to anybody learning about public administration.
I just like the historical method and I agree with Professor Tompkins’ feedback that such an strategy helps us better understand the advanced nature of organizational theory and helps us perceive organizational theory as a whole. Jonathan Tompkins is a Professor of Public Administration on the University of Montana in Missoula. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington, and has taught this course for 21 years.
Organization Theory and Public Management
Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition