Strategic management in the federal government: necessary and sufficient elements
Roberts, Nancy C.
Menker, Janice M.
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Strategic management is the setting and implementation of an organization's direction, and the monitoring, evaluation, and adjustments in that direction as the organization engages its environment and interacts with its stakeholders. Having evolved from private sector practice, the principles of strategic management are now being applied to the public sector in the hope that managers and employees will use them to reinvent, redesign, and reengineer government operations. President Clinton's National Performance Review (1993) and the Congress's Government Performance Results Act (1993) are two recent attempts to introduce the logic and discipline of strategic management to the federal government. Although it is still too soon to judge the ultimate effect of these efforts, we will speculate on their future as we examine current governmentwide initiatives.
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