What Determines Ethical Behavior in Public Organizations: Is It Rules or Leadership?.
- OverviewManaging the human resource process requires an understanding of the legal effects of policy decisions, as well the deeply personal influences associated with the rules and regulations of any organization. Leaders need to be proficient in both, and this is no truer than in the highly politicized public administration context.
- Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
- Identify important HR tasks, functions, and goals;
- Apply HR tasks, functions, and goals to the public administration context; and,
- Synthesize these best practices into a working definition of public administration statesmanship.
- Reading & Study
- Textbook Readings
- A Biblical-Covenantal Perspective on Organizational Behavior & Leadership: Lesson 9
- Article: How to Measure Public Administration Performance
- Article: High-Performance Human Resource Practices and Employee Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation
- Article: Ethical Values and the Human Resources Behaviour in Public Management
- Article: For the Want of a Nail: The Interaction of Managerial Capacity and Human Resource Management on Organizational Performance
- Article: Leadership in Public Administration: Creative and/or Ethical?
- Article: What Determines Ethical Behavior in Public Organizations: Is It Rules or Leadership?
- Article: American Society for Public Administration Code of Ethics
- Article: Public Administration Ethics: James Svara’s Model
- Presentation: Ethics in Public Administration