Public Value Creation: The Essence of Strategic Management in Public Administration
Keywords:Public Value, Strategic Management, Government, Democratic Legitimation, Public managers
This insight highlights the concept of creating public value by public managers through the assets entrusted to them by the public, including public money, authority to regulate private actors, and the pre-existing public spirit. To achieve this, public managers need to have entrepreneurial skills and a restless, value-seeking imagination to identify and exploit opportunities for public welfare. However, this management style requires a full understanding and adherence to democratic legitimation and public accountability processes. Finally, I emphasizes the importance of public managers focusing on creating public value, as it provides a framework for effective public service delivery and the advancement of the common good.
Moore, Mark H. "Commentaries on “Public Value is Unknowable”: Valuing the Dimensions of Public Choices." Administration & Society 53.10 (November 2021): 1603-1609.
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