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Managerialism, Public Sector Reform and Industrial Relations

Peter Fairbroth

Managerialism, Public Sector Reform and Industrial Relations

The State at Work (Routledge Studies in Employment and Work Relations in Context)

by Peter Fairbroth

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business & Management,
  • Business & Economics / General,
  • Office Management,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10206855M
    ISBN 100415443334
    ISBN 109780415443333

    Public sector unionism. There was a rapid increase in public sector unionism in the s and s. Federal, state and local government employees are excluded from coverage under the. NLRA. Separate legal relations govern collective bargaining in each of these sectors. Managerialism and Professionalism in the ‘Cinderella Service’ for change, particularly as industrial relations deteriorated. The Principal took to visiting the constituent Schools within the college to meet It made the public sector a MANAGERIALISM AND PROFESSIONALISM.

    INTRODUCTION. The new approach, namely New Public Management (NPM) emerged to replace the traditional model of public management during the s and s in response to the inadequacies of the traditional model (Hughes, ).Reforms aimed at improving the quality of public services (Balk, ), saving public expenditure, increasing the efficiency of governmental operations and making. LIR Public Sector Human Resources and Industrial Relations Professor Dale Belman 3 3/ THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT The Debate Over the Limitations of Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Appropriateness of the Private Sector Model Readings: * Wellington, Harry H. and Ralph K. Winter Jr. "TheFile Size: 18KB.

    Managerialism’s flaw for public sector bureaucracies lies in its premise that, given transformational leadership, the organization will be whipped into shape in no time. The managerialist view has been grasped by a public weary of higher taxes and poor services. Professionals and the new managerialism in the public sector Exworthy, M. & Halford, S., , Buckingham: Open University Press. Research output: Book/Report › Book.


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Managerialism, Public Sector Reform and Industrial Relations by Peter Fairbrother,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Peter Fairbrother. The book is grounded in the awareness that the public sector has too often shown inefficiencies, despite the expensive measures taken, and from manifold perspectives such as the economic, social, organizational, and institutional ones, among : Andrea Tomo.

The purpose of this book is to offer insights into the complex and often unclear context of public sector management, providing a new theoretical and practical approach to the analysis and interpretation of these issues. The book is grounded in the awareness that the public sector has too often shown inefficiencies, despite the expensive measures taken, and from manifold perspectives such as the economic.

Buy Managerialism, Public Sector Reform and Industrial Relations by Peter Fairbrother from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Peter Fairbrother.

Not least, this new managerialism has been seen to pose a significant threat across the public sector to the traditional dominance of professionalism and professionals.

This book explores the relationship between professionals (and professionalism) and the new managerialism by using in-depth studies Public Sector Reform and Industrial Relations book education, social work and medicine.

Managerialism is a deeply ideological project transcending its traditional position when entering into society. The following theoretical rather than empirical article sets out to present a short overview of the current debate on managerialism, seeking to deliver some preliminary approximations on a possible definition of managerialism and its ideological by:   Throughout the s and s, there have been substantial changes to public sector organization and management.

A key aspect of this change has been the emergence of a 'new managerialism' which appears to have challenged many widely held and established principles and practices within the public sector. Not least, this new managerialism has been seen to pose a Cited by: SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.

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CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. managerialism in the public sector has resulted in greater conflict where a separate management cadre was developed (as in the NHS) than where it was introduced through the professions (as in the.

As the union sector of the economy declined, personnel/human resource management managed to reassert itself as a leading force in industrial relations.

As a result of new employment practices, in the s companies developed the so-called "high-performance" work system, which has spread widely ever since as it boosted productivity and.

This report presents an overview of industrial relations in the central government and public sector in European Union Member States (with the exception of Sweden) and Norway. It describes the sectoral breakdown across countries and analyses the main employment trends.

Abstract. The introduction of managerialism in the public sector is associated with the New Public Management (NPM) movement of the s.

In the private sector, however, the genesis of managerialism is an event that marked the beginning of the twentieth century (Fleischman and Tyson, ), though its roots date back to the Industrial by: 1. New public management is also defined based on two fields of discourse or paradigm for example, public choice and managerialism.

Here public choice is a contemporary field of discourse about government with wider concern than management, whereas managerialism is a field of discourse initially meant to apply to organizations in the private sector.

entry (did not enact public sector legislation until the s) is in stark contrast to other industrial states like New York, which was among the forunners in this area, and which possesses a single centralized authority to administer its law.

Unlike most countries, the public sector labor management relations system was slow to evolve. the second edition of this book titles Industrial Relations provides a comprehensive coverage of the various aspects of industrial relations: conceptual foundations, industrial structure and.

Management of Industrial Relations. This note explains the following topics: Industrial Relations Perspectives, IR in the Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario, Industrial Relations and the State - Legal Framework, Trade Unions - Role and future, Discipline and Grievance Management, Negotiation and Collective Settlement, Participative Management, Employee Empowerment, Quality Management, Industrial.

issues of industrial relations is of perennial nature and, thus, there can never be a "solution for all times to come." There can only be broad norm and guidelines ad criteria in dealing with issues of industrial relations. Industrial Relations does not have a shape of its own.

It File Size: KB. State Restructuring: Managerialism, Marketisation and the Implications for Labour Show all authors.

() ‘The Transformation of British Public Sector Industrial Relations Book review: Thomas Klikauer, Managerialism: A Critique of an IdeologyCited by: CHAPTER 19 PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION The Public Sector is the principal actor in macro socio-economic policy making infrastructure and an architect of an enabling environment for national development.

Public Sector management covers such aspects of management as productivity management, and management of human, financial and.

Public Management Introduction no regard to the fundamental differences in the public sector environment. Managerialism is seen by them as somehow against the traditions of public service, inimical to service delivery and undemocratic, even with dubious the­ public sector is a different environment, but it is Size: 1MB.

Managerialism – also called New Managerialism and New Public Management – is an ideology used for legitimizing the development of new organizational forms and relationships. It has been coined a practical ideology of being 'business-like’ in order to make the new arrangements work for all forms of jobs, organizations, and education systems.

The literature on public sector reform or more specifically New Public Management reform in countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, New Zealand, and Australia has generated a bewildering variety of approaches to the topic, with writers applying varying emphasis.

Writers such as Perry and Kramer suggest that public management was a merger of the normative .This book contains a variety of case studies and frameworks based on the Key Principles of Public Sector Reform, which member countries across the Commonwealth can replicate, adapt or customise according to needs and local contexts.