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Issues, Strategies, and Tactics
Issues, strategies, and tactics

In Part I we presented a historical and conceptual overview of organization theory (OT), tracing the evolution of thinking about how to maximize the effectiveness of organizations, especially in the public sector. Part II shifts gears and is both practical and problem oriented in its content and structure. It presents a basic taxonomy, or framework, of issues or activities that administrators must routinely contend with. Each of the chapters in Part II do so by working across levels of analysis from the individual, to systems, to organizations writ large and finally to organization-environment relations in an effort to explore the implications of the theories from Part I for organizations as they operate in twenty-first-century governance settings.

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