President Donald Trump isn’t the only one with a new job. Since Inauguration Day, positions up and down the federal bureaucracy have been filled with new people, working side by side with the legions of employees who have spent their entire careers in government. It’s a challenging situation for any new administration. In an interview with…
by Justine Dodgen A new article co-authored by Bedrosian Faculty Affiliate Bill Resh was accepted into the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. The article, entitled “A Systems Theory Approach to Innovation Implementation: Why Organizational Location Matters,” examines how the “success” of adopted innovations depends on both the source of innovation and the organizational environment. Resh and coauthor Tima Moldogaziev argue…
Resh examines the correlation between an employee’s identification with an organization’s mission and motivation.
Bill Resh describes his forthcoming book about the relationship between career service civil service members and presidential appointees in the executive branch.
Resh explains how teachers’ out-of-pocket spending effects teacher morale, autonomy, and control of resources.
The Bedrosian Center funds several grants each year for USC Price faculty to conduct research on governance issues. Preference for these awards is given to research focused on collaborative governance, relationships between governance and planning, and government accountability issues. Announcing the 2014-2015 awards.
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