Public personnel management: contexts and strategies

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Prentice-Hall, 1980 - Business & Economics - 480 pages
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Reflecting contemporary political and managerial "realities," this book provides a comprehensive exploration of the values, conflicts, political processes, and management techniques which provide the context for personnel administration in the public sector. A five-part organization covers an introduction to the world of public personnel management, planning, acquisition, development, and sanctions. For human resources personnel especially managers.

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One of the worst textbooks I've ever read. I felt that I actually lost knowledge by reading this book. Written in a dense, cliche textbook narrative but lacking in any benefit of knowledge. Would not recommend this. Read full review


Systems and Settings
The Role of the Public Personnel Manager
Human Resource Planning

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