The Black Hole of Public Administration

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Ruth Hubbard, Gilles Paquet
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3,71 MB
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The Black Hole of Public Administration.pdf
ISBN
7841853269240

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Public administration in Canada needs to change. A handful of scholars across Canada have been sounding the alarm for years but to no avail. Talented young bureaucrats have been joining the public service with fresh ideas capable of creating real change, but the black hole consumes all. In The Black Hole of Public Administration, experienced public servant Ruth Hubbard and public administration iconoclast Gilles Paquet sound a wake-up call to the federal public service. They lament the lack of "serious play" going on in Canada's public administration today and map some possible escape plans. They look to a more participatory governance model - "open source" governing or "small g" governance - as a way to liberate our public service from antiquated styles and systems of governing. In their recognizably rebellious style, Hubbard and Paquet demand that public administration scholars and senior level bureaucrats pull their heads out of the sand and confront the problems of the current system and develop a new system that can address the needs of Canada today.

Public administration in Canada needs to change. A handful of scholars across Canada have been sounding the alarm for ye... Public administration in Canada needs to change.

Talented young bureaucrats have been joining the public service with fresh ideas capable of creating real change, but the black hole consumes all.

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