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Organizational Theory, New Pay, and Public Sector Transformations: Facilitating Strategic Change in Political Environments
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Organizational Theory, New Pay, and Public Sector Transformations: Facilitating Strategic Change in Political Environments (Hardback)

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Organizational Theory, New Pay, and Public Sector Transformations outlines how to facilitate strategic change in public organizations using "new pay" concepts. Many public organizations utilize the models developed for business change but fail to take into account the political/public nature of government agencies. Consequently, these new pay interventions usually fail. However, when public organizations do consider the political nature of their operating environments, new pay processes can be successful. The conclusions of this study suggest that the strategic alignment of generic organization theories of change and an understanding of public administration values/processes lead to successful new pay interventions in the public sector.

Reginald Shareef is Associate Professor of Political Science/Public Administration at Radford University, Virginia.

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