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Title: Conceptual Structure of New Public Management : Design Methodology of New Public Management and System Maintenance
Authors: Nasu, Seigo
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Publisher: Society for Social Management Systems
Journal Title: Society for Social Management Systems Internet Journal
Volume: 3
Issue: 1
Abstract: Social systems analysis consists of how to deal with the objectives such as phenomena, persons under certain social circumstances and how to utilize resources to achieve the target of the social systems. Social systems function properly as far as the relations among social circumstances, objectives, resources, and targets are appropriate. But it also has to be realized that these appropriate relations may not be able to be maintained unless the continuous maintenance and organizational and personnel management and clear management policy are performed under the change of factors related to social systems. It is not just enough that we have appropriate social systems. Social systems consist of processes and rules to deal with mutual relations among factors. They also consist of systems of processes and rules to determine the social systems. Thus systems to determine appropriate systems also have to function properly and they have to be confirmed. For the social systems analysis, we have to study on durability of the social systems, and evaluate the mechanism of the social systems from the social science point of view as well as engineering science point of view though New Public Management procedure associated with Logic Model.
Type: Conference Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10173/1645
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