The Public Management Profession and Environment
Date December 13, 2022
Location UW Extension, 6737 W Washington St #2135, West Allis, WI 53218
Deadline December 12, 2022
Being an effective public manager requires understanding the profession and the impact of a changing managerial environment. Step outside your daily duties to explore the history and characteristics of American public administration in this self-paced online course. Explore how the profession is changing, how your position is affected by trends outside the organization, and what issues you need to monitor in the coming year.
CPM Competencies: 5.1 Explain the historical roles, purposes and spirit of public service in a democratic society, including the tension between professionalism and democracy. AND 5.2 Compare public and private management and identify opportunities for shared or collaborative functions.
Desired Learning Outcomes:
1. Describe the impact of the history of public management on its practice today.
2. Compare public and private management, describe characteristics which are common to all public
managers¿ jobs, and identify the issues or conditions which complicate the public manager¿s job.
3. Identify the major trends in the changing managerial environment and their
effect on the public sector.
4. Define the roles and skills needed by a public manager in shaping an organization in a rapidly changing environment.
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