Milwaukee City Clerk Jim Owczarski discusses his work in municipal government, particularly the differences between elected representatives and bureaucrats. He was a journalist until the rise of the internet, and he explains that some of the best workers aren't ones that sought a particular credential.
- Type of Content: In Practice
- Title: City Clerks and the Importance of Municipal Bureaucracy
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Politics & International Relations
- Subject: Bureaucracy, Public Administration (general)
- Duration: 00:17:36
Keywords: accountability (governance), advisory organizations, bills (law), budgeting, bureaucracy, career choice, career development, challenges, issues, and controversies, city government, communication in public affairs, community building, consensus, constituency relations, curiosity, daily life, drafting legislation, effectiveness, governance, historic preservation, implementation intentions, internet, journalism, language barrier, legislative systems, libraries, licensing, listening, lobbying, lobbyist, local government, monitoring, motivation, municipal government, organizational memory, politicians, poverty and inequality, problem solving, process management, public access, public communication in politics, public good, public policy, public relations, roles and responsibilities, Sense of balance, Success, workplace relationships
Practitioner: Jim OwczarskiOnline ISBN: 9781473985315Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016