Post bureaucracy and the politics

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Business

 

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Trista J

 

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June 5, 2013

 

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Advocates of post bureaucracy argue that organisations are becoming more decentralised, loosely coupled and likely to foster the empowerment of employees (Kanter, 1989; Heckscher, 1994; Osborne and Plastrik, 1997; Child and McGrath, 2001). The overview provided by Power (1997, p. 43) shows that there is a very considerable overlap between the “post bureaucratic turn” and “the new public management” (NPM)...
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Advocates of post bureaucracy argue that organisations are becoming more decentralised, loosely coupled and likely to foster the empowerment of employees (Kanter, 1989; Heckscher, 1994; Osborne and Plastrik, 1997; Child and McGrath, 2001). The overview provided by Power (1997, p. 43) shows that there is a very considerable overlap between the “post bureaucratic turn” and “the new public management” (NPM)...
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