Recognizing Public Value

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Harvard University Press, 15. feb. 2013 - 430 strani
Moore’s classic Creating Public Value offered advice to managers about how to create public value, but left unresolved the question how one could recognize when public value had been created. Here, he closes the gap by helping public managers name, observe, and count the value they produce and sustain or increase public value into the future.
 

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Introduction
1
The Challenge of Defining and Recognizing Public Value
19
Strategic Uses of a Public Value Scorecard
72
Embracing Accountability to Enhance Legitimacy and Improve Performance
132
Measuring Performance along the Value Chain
184
Using Transparency to Legitimize Innovation and Mobilize Citizen and Client Coproduction
244
Helping Polities Envision and Produce Public Value
292
Learning to Create Right Relationships
344
Conclusion
400
A Public Value Scorecard for Public Managers
419
Notes
423
Acknowledgments
467
Index
469
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Mark H. Moore is the Hauser Professor of Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and the Herbert A. Simon Professor in Education, Management, and Organizational Behavior at Harvard's Graduate School of Education. He has also been a Visiting Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School.

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