_i_Public Administration in Transition Theory Practice method

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By ICT Director Posted on Dec 13, 2021
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Gunner Gjelstrup
Introduction Since the mid 1990's there has been a proliferation of writing about the network model of organization. This reflects the broader dynamic of the shift within the public sector from questions of government to governance of which networks are a central organizing mechanism.
IntroductionSince the mid 1990's there has been a proliferation of writing about thenetwork model of organization. This reflects the broader dynamic of theshift within the public sector from questions of government to governanceof which networks are a central organizing mechanism. Networks,proponents claim, are more effective than single organizations becausethey require public and private organizations to coordinate and integratethe funding, service delivery, and regulatory processes (Scott 1985; Provan& Milward 1995). As a result, fragmentation and duplication of servicesare assumed to decrease, while client outcomes are thought to increasethrough improved accessibility and continuity of service delivery(Rosenheck et al. 1998).

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