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Specifically, they discuss social service performance and the values involved, public value creation and the public service motivation of employees, the different visions of the values a university should serve, local-level practices related to housing and the inclusion of youth in sport, promoting mass participation in sport, elite sport policy, labor market participation, the under-representation of women in top positions, middle managers in organizations, professional soccer clubs involved in social issues, leadership in local community facilities and medical clinics, and the role of the human resource function in organizations.
Le lecteur peut se demander pourquoi on a traduit New Public Management par Nouvelle Gestion Publique, tandis que la Public Service Motivation est restee PSM aux fins de l'ouvrage.
One of the motivational theories which have attracted the attentions in governmental management literature during recent two or three decades is public service motivation (PSM) which has been proposed by Perry & Wise .
While most federal employees want to be recognized for their contributions, placing too great an emphasis on merit pay increases, particularly if they are small, may trivialize the public service motivation that we depend upon in our public servants.
Carefully revised and updated, this edition of Understanding and Managing Public Organizations extends previous editions with deeper coverage of collaboration and networks, public values, public service motivation, managerial strategy, performance assessment, innovation and organizational change, and recent trends in public sector management.
The second section of the book examines public service motivation.
Scholarship on motivation among public employees has found a strong sense of public service motivation (Perry & Wise, 1990).
Does public service motivation really make a difference on the job satisfaction and turnover intentions of public employees?