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|1||The public sector in an age of convergence - Ashridge Journal Article||Organisations fail if they are not fit for purpose. In this article, Stephen Bungay argues that some public sector organisations are caught between two typologies, and suggests ways in which the conflict arising from this positioning can be resolved so that chameleon organisations can replace hybrids.||4/30/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||Whose standards are they anyway? - Ashridge Journal Article||Performance management in the public sector is too concerned with process at the expense of outcomes. By focusing inwardly on how performance is achieved, the public sector is failing to address external benchmarks or standards. Drawing on research in leadership and sports, Jon Teckman and Andy Adcroft outline how a competitive edge could be developed within the public sector to enhance the performance management process.||4/30/2010||Free||View In iTunes|