(Solved): PAF 300 Qiuz #2...
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Submitted Feb 8 at 12:07am
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Public administration is the process of translating public policies into results.
There are ___________ fundamental differences between public and private organizational processes.
Neutrality doctrine: the principle that public administrators ought to manage programs without political favoritism.
The __________approach notes that government shares power with other governments, private organizations, and mixed public-private enterprises, as well as within its own organizational structure, and so develops a mixed model.
Chain of command is the line of authority from top policymakers through the hierarchy, which is used to define who is responsible for doing what.
The prime goal of the Classical Theory of organization is:
- Humanizing the bureaucracy
- Cost Control
According to Max Weber, there are three “pure” models of authority. _____________ authority rests on the belief in the sacredness of traditions, while _______________ authority rests on personal devotion to an individual because of the exceptional sanctity, heroism, or exemplary character of this person.
- Rational-legal; charismatic
- Traditional; charismatic
- Traditional; rational-legal
- Charismatic; traditional
Systems theory sees organizational work as a set of related parts, and it seeks to generalize about all organizations, public and private, large and small.
The Office of Management and Budget is the agency charged with implementing most government-wide policies, so its role takes it into every nook and cranny of the federal government’s operations.
The theory that outlines the relationship between superiors and subordinates within organizations as stipulated through negotiated contracts.
- Classical theory
- Contract theory
- Network theory
- Principal - agent theory