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  1. Viden i spil : forskningsbibliotekers funktioner i forandring

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    Viden i spil : forskningsbibliotekers funktioner i forandring

    2012
    1. udgave, 1. oplag (2012)
    Nogle baggrundsanalyser af hvad der kræves for at kunne udvikle nye funktioner for forskningsbiblioteker i det digitale vidensamfund
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    870970-basis:29735506|980|.
    Bidrag af: 
    Helene Høyrup, Hans Jørn Nielsen (f. 1948), Birger Hjørland
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    Indhold: Udfordringer i overgangen til digital kultur (Michael Cotta-Schønberg: Forskningsbibliotekernes strategiske situation 2012. Luke Tredinnick: Det analoge bibliotek i den digitale verden : biblioteksprofessionen i forandring. Hans Jørn Nielsen: Videnskabelig kommunikation og forskningsbiblioteker i en digital tid. Birger Hjørland: Informations- og dokumentformidlingens teoretiske grundlag). Nye modeller for informationsformidling (Niels D. Lund: Forskningsbibliotekers udstillingsvinduer og digitalisering som opmærksomhed. Viden i spil : KVINFOs biblioteks digitale informationsformidling / Jytte Nielsen og Siri Falkenstrøm. Yngvil Beyer: @jensstoltenberg talte til oss på twitter : digitalt fødte objekter som kulturarv. Birger Hjørland: Metadata i spil. Hans Dam Christensen: Informationssøgning på højt niveau? : om UNISIST, kunsthistorie og videnskabelige domæner i teorien). Udvikling i forsknings- og læringssupport (Jan Nolin: At genskabe forbindelsen mellem forskere og bibliotekarer igennem personaliserede meta-tjenester. Carl Gustav Johannsen: Forskningsbibliotekernes bidrag til produktion af evidensbaseret viden. Akademiska bibliotekariers förhällningssätt til forskares publiceringsstrategier : med särskilt avseende på frågan om open access / Krister Johannesson og Joacim Hansson. Bo Öhrström: Biblioteker som katalysator for udviklingen af Danmark som innovativt samfund. Helene Høyrup: Digital information og læring : tre modeller for integration)
    ISBN nr.: 
    9788759316665
    Omfang: 
    355 sider
    Udgiver: 
    Samfundslitteratur
    Målgruppe: 
    fagligt niveau, voksenmaterialer
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  2. Fundamentos enfermeros en el proceso de administración de medicamentos

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    Fundamentos enfermeros en el proceso de administración de medicamentos

    2012
    Primera ed.
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    Bidrag af: 
    Diana Marcela Achury, Luisa Fernanda Achury, Sandra Mónica Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Díaz Álvarez
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    Print version: Achury Saldaña, Diana Marcela ; Fundamentos enfermeros en el proceso de administración de medicamentos
    ISBN nr.: 
    9789587168594, 9587168593
    Udgiver: 
    Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn951594103|260|a
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  3. Transformational government through eGov practice : socioeconomic, cultural, and technological issues

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    Transformational government through eGov practice : socioeconomic, cultural, and technological issues

    2012
    1. ed.
    Summary: The future of government as we know it is being shaped by the quickly-advancing progression of information and communication technology (ICT) eGovernment systems. eGov presents major challenges and advantages for policy makers and the public alike
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    Print version: Transformational government through eGov practice, Front Cover -- Transformational Government Through eGov Practice: Socioeconomic, Cultural, and Technological Issues -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Reflecting Ten Years of E-Government: A Plea for a Multimethodological Research Agenda -- 1.1. Introduction: The Methodological Pluralism in E-Government Research -- 1.2. Research Method -- 1.3. Results of Literature Review -- 1.4. Interpretation of Results -- 1.5. Summary and Outlook -- References -- 2. Supporting Processes and Decisions in Public Procurement: Technology in Policy and in Practice -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Public Procurement in Transformational Government Context -- 2.3. Research Proposal -- 2.4. Process and Technology as Reflected in Regulatory Legal Text -- 2.5. Translating Regulatory Expectations into Practice -- 2.6. Results: From Policy to Regulations to Practice -- 2.7. Conclusions and Future Research -- References -- 3. Critical Factors in the Implementation of Common Service Center (CSC) Scheme in Rural India -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Conceptualizing Rural ICT Infrastructure Through Common Service Centers (CSCs) in India -- 3.3. Organizational Structure of a CSC -- 3.4. Timeline of CSC implementation -- 3.5. Objectives of the Study -- 3.6. Literature Review -- 3.7. Implementation Issues in CSCs -- 3.8. Research Methodology -- 3.9. Data Analysis and Interpretation -- 3.10. Policy Recommendations for the Sustenance of CSC -- 3.11. Conclusion -- References -- 4. Innovative and Trustful Environments for Joint Governance Policy-Making -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Policy Modeling Approaches and Theories -- 4.3. Fundamental Principles of Effectively Modeling the Policy-Making Process -- 4.4. Innovative and Collaborative Policy-Making Center -- 4.5. Middleware Tier -- 4.6. The ImmigrationPolicy2.0 Paradigm, 4.7. Conclusions and Further Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 5. Improving Take-Up of e-Government Services in Turkey (and EU): Suggestions from Practice -- 5.1. Background -- 5.2. Ongoing Initiatives for Citizen Take-Up -- 5.3. Suggestions for Future Work on Initiatives to Improve Citizen Take-Up -- 5.4. General Evaluation and Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 6. A Comparative ''CUTS'' Approach to National E-Government Portals: Select Case Studies -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Objectives of the Study -- 6.3. Research Methodology -- 6.4. Results -- 6.5. Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- 7. Toward Efficient and Effective e-Service Delivery: Addressing the Challenges of e-Service Evaluation in Local Government -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. The Matter of Evaluation -- 7.3. The Matter of Channel Choice -- 7.4. Research Setting and Design Approach -- 7.5. Results -- 7.6. Discussion -- 7.7. The Evaluation Model -- 7.8. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8. Public E-Procurement System: An Analysis of Some Critical Success Factors -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. E-procurement in Public Sectors -- 8.3. SWOT Analysis -- 8.4. Discussion -- 8.5. Conclusion -- References -- 9. Toward New Web 2.0 Based Multichannel Approaches to E-Participation -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Theoretical Background -- 9.3. Methodology Conceptual Description -- 9.4. Core Technologies -- 9.5. Application Scenarios -- 9.6. Value Generation -- 9.7. An Extension -- 9.8. Conclusions -- References -- 10. Transforming Data Privacy Through Governmental Crossroad Banks in Belgium -- 10.1. Background on Need for Data Exchange and Privacy Protection in Belgium -- 10.2. Crossroad Banks and Their Role in Data Exchange -- 10.3. The Three Crossroads Banks (with Abbreviations Also in French and Dutch) -- 10.4. Basis for Data Integration for Crossroad Banks, 10.5. Data Privacy and Usage Within Belgian Governmental Structures -- 10.6. Conclusion -- References -- 11. Adoption Challenges of Introducing and Implementing Software as a Service (SaaS) -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Background -- 11.3. Research Approach -- 11.4. Findings -- 11.5. Conclusions -- References -- 12. Citizen Acceptance of Transformational Government: The State of the Art -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Literature -- 12.3. Method -- 12.4. Results -- 12.5. Discussion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Appendix A -- Abbreviations -- Appendix B -- Grouping -- Appendix C -- Collected Articles -- 13. Transformational Services: A Case Study in the Greek Public Administration -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Transformational Services from a Service Science Perspective -- 13.3. Research Context: The Local Government Application Framework -- 13.4. Research Methodology and Case Description -- 13.5. Case Findings and Discussion: The Emergence of Second Conceptual Framework (CF2) -- 13.6. Concluding Remarks -- References -- 14. Transforming Municipalities: Drivers, Inhibitors, and Strategies in Mobile Government Diffusion -- 14.1. Introduction -- 14.2. Related Work -- 14.3. Research Method -- 14.4. Framework for Mobile Government Adoption -- 14.5. Case Studies -- 14.6. Conclusion -- References -- 15. Online and Offline Networks in Public Sector Policy: Exploring Requirements for Web 2.0 -- 15.1. Introduction -- 15.2. Background -- 15.3. Research Method, Philosophy, and Techniques -- 15.4. Analysis -- 15.5. Discussion -- 15.6. Conclusion -- References -- 16. The Rise of Participative Technologies in Government -- 16.1. Introduction -- 16.2. Framework -- 16.3. Electronic Participation with Citizens and External Stakeholders -- 16.4. Participative Technologies and Collaboration in the Workplace, 16.5. Using a Social Network Analysis Approach to Examine Social Media in Government -- 16.6. Possible Research Directions for Public Administration -- 16.7. Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 17. E-Government and Small Business Activity -- 17.1. Introduction -- 17.2. Theoretical Background and Hypotheses -- 17.3. Methods -- 17.4. Results -- 17.5. Discussion -- References -- 18. E-government and Citizen Involvement in Municipal Governments -- 18.1. Introduction -- 18.2. Literature Review -- 18.3. Hypotheses -- 18.4. Methods -- 18.5. Results -- 18.6. Conclusion -- References -- 19. Towards Interoperability for One-Stop Government Portal: A Study in Indian Context -- 19.1. Introduction -- 19.2. One-Stop Government Portal -- 19.3. Interoperability and One-Stop Portal -- 19.4. Technologies for Interoperability -- 19.5. Issues of Interoperability -- 19.6. Conclusion -- References -- 20. Analysis of the Usage of Market Information System and its Economic Impact on Small-Holder Farmers in Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, India -- Section 1 -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Background to the Study -- 1.3. Objective of the Study -- 1.4. Scope of the Study -- 1.5. Problems Faced by Small-Scale Farmers in Production and Marketing -- 1.6. Need for ICT in Agriculture -- 1.7. Role of Extension Department in Agricultural Information Dissemination -- 1.8. Role of Mobiles and Internet in Agricultural Extension Dissemination -- Section 2: Review of Literature -- 2.1. Impact of Mobile Market Information Systems among Farmers in India -- 2.2. Role of Extension Department in Adoption Practices of Farmers -- Section 3 -- 3.1. Research Methodology -- Section 4 -- 4.1. Description of MIS Project in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu -- 4.2. DMI Service -- 4.3. Subscription Base of MIS -- Section 5: Data Analysis -- 5.1. Analysis of the Project -- References, Appendix 1. Questionnaire Used in the Study -- 21. M-government of Bangladesh: Applications and Economic Benefits -- 21.1. Introduction -- 21.2. Methodology -- 21.3. Literature Review -- 21.4. Bangladesh Scenario -- 21.5. Economic Benefits -- 21.6. Conclusion -- References -- 22. Sustainability of an E-Government Initiative: The Role of Power -- 22.1. Introduction -- 22.2. Sustainability of E-Government Initiatives -- 22.3. Power Shift and its Impact -- 22.4. Conclusion -- References -- 23. Implementation of Transformational Government as a Postmodern Organization -- 23.1. Introduction -- 23.2. Systems -- 23.3. E-Government Organization: A Postmodernism Perspective -- 23.4. Conclusions -- References -- 24. Mission of Transformational Government as a Postmodern Organization: A Critical Theory Perspective -- 24.1. Introduction -- 24.2. eGov Performance Outcomes -- 24.3. Conclusions -- References -- Index
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781780523354, 1780523351
    Udgiver: 
    North American, Emerald
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn794002162|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn794002162|980|a
  4. United Nations e-government survey 2012 : e-government for the people

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    United Nations e-government survey 2012 : e-government for the people

    2012
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    Bidrag af: 
    United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
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    Title from online title page (viewed March 7, 2012), "ST/ESA/PAD/SER. E/150.", "Sales No. E.21. II. H.2"--Page 2 of cover
    ISBN nr.: 
    9789210553537, 9210553535
    Udgiver: 
    United Nations
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn779498254|260|a
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  5. FreeSWITCH cookbook : over 40 recipes to help you get the most out of your FreeSWITCH server

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    FreeSWITCH cookbook : over 40 recipes to help you get the most out of your FreeSWITCH server

    2012
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    Title from PDF title page (viewed on Mar. 27, 2012), Includes index
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781849515412, 1849515417
    Udgiver: 
    Packt Open Source
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    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn781744865|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn781744865|980|a
  6. Customs administration reform and modernization in francophone sub-Saharan Africa, 1995-2010

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    Customs administration reform and modernization in francophone sub-Saharan Africa, 1995-2010

    2012
    Summary: "This paper outlines reforms that have been achieved in the modernization of the customs administrations of francophone sub-Saharan (African) countries since the mid-1990s. It also highlights the remaining issues in this process. Progress has been made in the automation of operations and procedures, with constant and significant efforts to strengthen revenue collection and improve trade facilitation in a number of countries. However, the pace and scope of modernization remains insufficient, particularly in developing customs control and enforcement capacities, and enhancing operational resources and management. The findings suggest that the authorities' strong commitment to reform, organizational and management changes, adequate technical assistance and project management, and effective implementation of modern customs standards, are critical to accelerate the modernization of customs in francophone sub-Saharan Africa"--Abstract
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    Bidrag af: 
    International Monetary Fund Fiscal Affairs Department
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    Cover; Contents; I. Background; II. Revenue Trends and a Few Indicators of Customs Performance; III. Customs Administrations in the Late 1990s and the Reform Agenda; IV. Reform Achievements and Remaining Issues; V. Factors Affecting the Course of the Reforms; VI. Lessons and Suggestions for Future Steps; References; Tables; 1. Breakdown of Francophone Sub-Saharan African Countries, by Per Capita Income, 2010; 2. Imports of Goods and Customs Duties, 1996-2009; 3. Revenue Forgone from Customs Exemptions in Selected Francophone Sub-Saharan Countries, 4. Imports of Goods Recorded and Exports of Goods from the World, 1999-20095. Customs Duties and Total Tax Revenue, 1996-2009; 6. Results of Customs Controls for Selected Francophone Sub-Saharan African Countries; 7. Summary of Doing Business Survey-Trading Across Borders Results; 8. Assessments of Customs Administration; 9. Selected Francophone Sub-Saharan Countries: Burden of Customs Procedures, 2010; 10. Clearance Times in Selected Francophone Sub-Saharan African African Countries and by Region, 2010, 11. Physical Inspections of Goods in Selected Francophone Sub-Saharan African Countries, 201012. IMF Fiscal Affairs Department TA Missions in Customs Administration, 1995-2010; 13. Customs Administration TA Provided by the IMF and Other Development Partners, 1995-2010; Figures; 1. Imports of Goods and Customs Duties, 1996-2009; 2. Francophone Countries Belonging to WAEMU: Imports of Goods and Customs Duties, 1996-2009; 3. Francophone Countries Belonging to CEMAC: Imports of Goods and Customs Duties, 1996-2009, 4. Non-WAEMU/Non-CEMAC Countries in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa: Imports of Goods and Customs Duties, 1996-2009Boxes; 1. Main Modernization Actions Engaged in FSSACs Customs Administrations, 1995-2010; 2. Phases of Computerization of the Customs Administrations in Francophone Sub- Saharan Africa; 3. Principal Regional Integration Agreements in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa; Appendixes; I. Imports of Goods and Customs Duties in Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends by Region, 1996-2009; II. Brief Description of Selected Customs International Conventions and Standards, Title from PDF title page (IMF Web site, viewed Nov. 20, 2012), "Fiscal Affairs Department"--Page 2 of pdf, "October 2012"--Page 2 of pdf
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781475529593, 1475529597
    Udgiver: 
    International Monetary Fund
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn818796971|260|a
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn818796971|980|a
  7. System Center 2012 strømliner administrationen

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    System Center 2012 strømliner administrationen

    I: Computerworld, Årg. 32, nr. 11 (2012), S. 22-23
    Test af Microsofts pakke af administrationsværktøjer, System Center 2012
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    870971-tsart:35182314|980|.
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    S. 22-23
    Målgruppe: 
    gymnasieniveau, fagligt niveau, alment niveau, voksenmaterialer
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    Computerworld, Årg. 32, nr. 11 (2012)
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  8. Define and Rule : Native as Political Identity

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    Define and Rule : Native as Political Identity

    2012
    Summary: Define and Rule focuses on the turn in late nineteenth-century colonial statecraft when Britain abandoned the attempt to eradicate difference between conqueror and conquered and introduced a new idea of governance, as the definition and management of difference. Mahmood Mamdani explores how lines were drawn between settler and native as distinct political identities, and between natives according to tribe. Out of that colonial experience issued a modern language of pluralism and difference. A mid-nineteenth-century crisis of empire attracted the attention of British intellectuals and led to a reconception of the colonial mission, and to reforms in India, British Malaya, and the Dutch East Indies. The new politics, inspired by Sir Henry Maine, established that natives were bound by geography and custom, rather than history and law, and made this the basis of administrative practice. Maine’s theories were later translated into "native administration" in the African colonies. Mamdani takes the case of Sudan to demonstrate how colonial law established tribal identity as the basis for determining access to land and political power, and follows this law’s legacy to contemporary Darfur. He considers the intellectual and political dimensions of African movements toward decolonization by focusing on two key figures: the Nigerian historian Yusuf Bala Usman, who argued for an alternative to colonial historiography, and Tanzania’s first president, Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, who realized that colonialism’s political logic was legal and administrative, not military, and could be dismantled through nonviolent reforms
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    Made available online by De Gruyter, Available in another form, Introduction -- Nativism: the theory: Sir Henry Maine and the post-1857 crisis of empire -- Nativism: the practice -- Beyond settlers and natives: the theory and practice of decolonization, OldControl:harvard. 9780674067356
    ISBN nr.: 
    9780674067356, 0674067355
    Udgiver: 
    Harvard University Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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  9. Measuring the performance of public services : principles and practice

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    Measuring the performance of public services : principles and practice

    2012
    Summary: Shows how the principles, uses and practice of performance measurement differ from those in for-profit organisations
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    Print version: Pidd, Michael ; Measuring the Performance of Public Services : Principles and Practice, Cover; Measuring the Performance of Public Services; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Preface; Part I: Principles of performance measurement; 1: Measuring public sector performance; Introduction; Different views of public management and administration; The classical civil service; The New Public Management; The creation of public value; A place for performance measurement, whichever way the wind blows?; A very simplified view of measurement in public services; Input:output transformation processes; A simple view of performance measurement, A soft systems view of the process transformation modelPerformance measures: the Es; Bringing this all together; 2: Why measure, what to measure and what can go wrong; Introduction; Why measure the performance of public services?; Bringing order to an expanding universe; Performance measurement systems; Measurement 101; Types of measurement scale; Use of measurement scales; Some general principles for performance indicators; Performance indicators indicate; Simple versus complex indicators; FABRIC; A more technical view; Things that can go wrong; Bringing this all together, Part II: Different uses for performance measurement3: Measurement for improvementand planning; Planning; A three level view of planning; Performance measurement and planning; Balanced scorecards, performance measurement and planning; A systems view of planning; Policy analysis; Principles of continuous improvement; Modelling in planning and improvement; External and explicit; Simplification and approximation; Fitness for purpose; Bringing this all together; 4: Measurement for monitoring and control: performance management; Introduction; The cybernetic control metaphor; Wilson on bureaucracy, Hofstede's critical view of the cybernetic metaphorLinking organisation type to approaches to control; The importance of ambiguity and uncertainty; Organisation culture and control; (a) Grid-group typology; (b) Clans, bureaucracies and markets; Targets; (a) Do targets work?; (b) What makes a good target?; Bringing this all together; 5: Measurement for comparison; Introduction; Different views of measurement for comparison; Self-managed performance comparison; Centrally introduced performance comparison; Self organised comparison: benchmarking; Organisational learning, Benchmarking as a formal processPublic sector benchmarking; Centrally organised performance comparison; Using rates and ratios for performance comparison; Data envelopment analysis: an overview; Bringing this all together; 6: Measurement for accountability; Introduction; Public interest and engagement; Virtualism; Presenting performance data for public consumption; Lessons from consumer bodies; Some examples; The Fraser Institute on report cards on Canadian schools; The Fraser Institute hospital report cards; Designing reports for public consumption; The use of published performance data, US healthcare: purchasers and consumers
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781139224208, 9781139220774, 9781139217682, 9780511791550, 1139224204, 1139220772, 1139217682, 0511791550
    Udgiver: 
    Cambridge University Press
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    voksenmaterialer
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  10. New perspectives on public services : place and technology

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    New perspectives on public services : place and technology

    2012
    Summary: Despite their immense importance for many aspects of public service management, the specific features of places have been largely ignored in recent public management literature. Technologies have received much more attention, but mainly within the specific field of e-government. In this book Christopher Pollitt puts together a powerful and engagingly-written case for paying much more attention both to place and to technological change, and the interactions betweenthem. The book synthesizes theories and concepts from a range of disciplines and focuses them on the many ways in which public servi
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    Print version: Pollitt, Christopher ; New perspectives on public services, Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction: Where Is the Government?; 2. Theories of Place and Technology: A Review; 3. Placeshifts: Technologies and the Scale of Change; 4. Governments as Placemakers: Modalities and Effects; 5. Capital Flight: Moving out from the Big City; 6. Save our Hospital!; 7. Births, Marriages, Deaths, and Identities; 8. The Police; 9. Discussion and Conclusions; Appendix A: Technology, Place, and Task (TPT): Brief Summary of a Research Programme; References; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W.
    ISBN nr.: 
    9781280593819, 9780191628078, 1280593814, 0191628077
    Udgiver: 
    Oxford University Press
    Målgruppe: 
    voksenmaterialer
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    150057-ebscobog:ocn781710341|260|a
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