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Developing Public Managers for a Changing World Vol: 5

Klaus Majgaard
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Jens Carl Ry Nielsen
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Brid Quinn
University of Limerick, Ireland

John Raine
University of Birmingham, UK

Product Details
22 Dec 2016
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
344 pages - 152 x 229 x 20mm
Critical Perspectives on International Public Sector Management
Volume 5 of Critical Perspectives in International Public Sector Management is comprised of three parts. The need for experimental learning in public management development, experimental learning formats and innovative teaching and transfer and value creation. This international, interdisciplinary volume is valuable for leadership, management, public management and education scholars.
Introduction & Background Foreword - Klaus Majgaard, J. C. Ry Nielsen, John W. Raine and Bríd Quinn The Copenhagen Forum – 1996-2016: Odyssey of a Learning and Teaching Community in Public Management - J. C. Ry Nielsen and John W. Raine PART I: STRATEGIES FOR FACILITATING PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP LEARNING Music In the Street, a Tuning-Fork For Mid-Career Teaching and Researching About Social Quality and Public Management? - Ton Notten Academic PA Education and Professional Practice: Innovative Methods for Linking Theory and Praxis - Frans-Bauke van der Meer and Peter Marks Civil Servants and ‘Scientific Temper’: Scholarly Competence for Enactment of New Realities in Professionals’ Practice - Michal Sedlacko In Favour of Co-Production - Chrissie Oldfield Leadership in Search of Public Value: Hybrid Practices and Explorative Learning - Dorthe Pedersen Management Education for, about, with Public Values – Bríd Quinn Experiential Learning and Teaching at a Distance: How Distinctive an Experience? - Abena Dadze-Arthur and John W. Raine PART II: EXPERIMENTATION AS A TECHNIQUE FOR PUBLIC MANAGEMENT LEARNING Managination - Niels Thygesen and Tine Hansen Experimenting with Practice a Monstrous Pedagogy - Hanne Knudsen and Hanne Kirstine Adriansen Moderate Bravery: Learning Through Mundane Experiments and Storytelling - Klaus Majgaard Institutional Constraints of Experimental Learning Formats in Professional PA Master Programmes - Monika Knassmüller and Sylvia Veit The Audience Wheel as a Technic to Create Transformative Learning - Poula Helth Thinking-Space as Research Creation: The Opportunity for a Qualitative Better Welfare just like that - Christa Breum Amhøj CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVES Afterword: from Frenetic to Phronetic? Developing Public Managers for a Changing World – Bríd Quinn
Klaus Majgaard, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark J. C. Ry Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Bríd Quinn, University of Limerick, Ireland John W. Raine, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

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