Governments are increasingly focusing on designing ways and means of connecting across government ministries and departments, across jurisdictions and sectors in order to solve policy problems or enable more efficient and effective policy development. Using the most international research, this book examines the promise, barriers and tensions which confront those attempting cross-boundary approaches.Blackman, D., Buick, F., Oa#39;Donnell, M., Oa#39;Flynn, J. and West, D. (2012) Developing High Performance: Performance Management in the Australian Public Service, ... Bourgon, J. (2011) a#39;The new synthesis: preparing government for the challenges of the 21st centurya#39;, ETHOS, Issue 10: 14a20. Online. ... Cabinet Office (2000) Wiring it up: Whitehall a#39;s Management of CrossaCutting Policies and Services.
|Title||:||Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy|
|Author||:||Janine O'Flynn, Deborah Blackman, John Halligan|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-07-24|