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‘No philosophy, please, we are managers’. Public Management and the common good: Euro Atlantic convergences.
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The common good as an invisible hand: Machiavelli’s legacy to public management.
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Theories of action: theory in use and espoused theory
Our starting point is Argyris and Schön’s (1974) argument that people have mental maps with regard to how to act in situations. This involves the way they plan, implement and review their actions. Furthermore, they assert that it is these maps that guide people’s actions rather […]