Courses - Strategic Management in the Public Sector PUAD 6050   Strategic Management in the Public Sector
This course is an in-depth examination of the management of government organizations. Its topics include management control, strategy development, innovation, risk management and leadership. The more specific course goals are as follows:-To provide a process understanding of practices employed by government organizations to develop and implement their strategies-To provide insights into the practicalities of performing organizational functions, including management control, innovation, strategy development and risk management-To strengthen the ability to penetrate and critique prescriptive arguments about public management practices-To develop skills in designing practices suited to particular circumstances of application
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: MPA students must successfully complete all eight required courses of the first year of the MPA program prior to enrolling in 6xxx level courses and MGMT5000, or seek special permission from the Graduate Coordinator. Students from outside of the MPA program must seek permission from the course instructor.