As public managers work toward a successful recovery post-midyear elections, we all must deal with system-wide problems arising from the recession. This requires first recognizing that the crisis continues and must be addressed not just by increasing revenue but by fixing system-wide structural and operational issues.
To do so involves developing the skills required in a recovery, identifying the causes of the crisis so that future crises can be better managed and concentrating on the key areas of leadership expertise needed to effectively communicate and deliver better outcomes.
Administrative agencies; Civil service; Corporate culture; Crises; Executives; Leadership; Management; Organizational change; Public administration; Recessions; Strategic planning
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Organizational Communication | Public Administration | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Springer, C. G.
Strategic recovery requires leadership.
PA Times, 33(6),
The American Society for Public Administation.