Leadership Determinants To High-Performance In Public Organizations
Source: University of Delaware
The effectiveness of public administration action (and its management) is not synthesized - nor is it synthesizable - with few objective and quantitative parameters. This is particularly so for the central administration, where the distribution of single and specific services assumes very minor importance. Managerial intensity can therefore defined as the quantity of managerial principles understood as well as tools and techniques used by the management of a public organisation in a given period. The judgment of public action effectiveness and the results achieved is often associated to leadership skills; but positive results are due to all the community. In this case is possible to don't call it leadership but "Community ship".