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Traditional Public Administration vs. The New Public Management 1 January Government The development of modern bureaucracies made possible the industrial revolution and the breakthroughs of modern economies. The conclusion will examine the tension between accountability and efficiency in traditional public administration and the new public management in answering the three fundamental questions posed above.
Classical Public Administration The traditional model of public administration rests in important ways on the articulation by Max Weber of the nature of bureaucracy.
Weber emphasized control from top to bottom in the form of monocratic hierarchy, that is, a system of control in which policy is set at the top and carried out through a series of offices, with each manager and worker reporting to one superior and held to account by that person. The bureaucratic system is based on a set of rules and regulations flowing from public law; the system of control is rational and legal.
The role of the bureaucrat is strictly subordinate to the political superior. Max Weber described the role of the civil servant and the importance of hierarchical control in a bureaucratic system: To take a stand, to be passionate.
The honor of the civil servant is vested in his ability to execute conscientiously the order of the superior authorities. Without this moral discipline and self-denial, in the highest sense, the whole apparatus would fall to pieces. This model of bureaucracy was crucial to the development of large scale enterprises, private or public, throughout the developed world.
Administrative questions are not political questions. Although politics sets the tasks for administration, it should not be suffered to manipulate its offices.
The New Public Management The term new public management encompasses a wide range of techniques and perspectives that are intended to overcome the inefficiencies inherent in the traditional model of public administration. New Public Management is a management philosophy used by governments since the s to modernize the public sector. New Public management is a broad and very complex term used to describe the wave of public sector reforms throughout the world since the s.5/5(15). Multiple, disparate definitions for population health management abound. Yet, population health management should be defined the same way public health was defined years ago by C.-E.A. Winslow, founder of the Yale Department of Public Health, as: “the science and art of preventing disease.
Wilson was one of the main proponents of the politics-administration dichotomy which has been much reviled by later public administration scholars, but which has often been misunderstood. Those who dismiss the concept as obsolete take it as an empirical assertion about how administration works in practice.
They observe that in fact, many high level civil servants have an important impact on policy, and thus dismiss the dichotomy. The real importance of the politics-administration dichotomy, however, has to do with its normative implications.
Thus it is the moral obligation of the dichotomy that is important, not its empirical content. Frederick Taylor made a contribution to the classical model with his time and motion studies and careful analysis of the role of managers and workers.
His techniques and managerial practices were adopted widely in the United States and throughout the world in the early 20th century. Although his management techniques have een used at times to control workers to the point of domination, his original ideas did not necessarily imply the exploitation of workers.
The traditional model of public administration spread throughout the industrialized world and ushered in the relative success of modern industrialized economies.
Guy Peters summaries the principles of the traditional model in the following list of its major characteristics. An institutional civil service; 5 Internal regulation; 6 Equality internally and externally to the organization. Since this traditional model was so successful in aiding the development of modern economies and Weber argued that it was the most efficient mode of organization possible, how could recent critics see it as old, outmoded, and inefficient?
The answer is one of context and scale.The New Public Management The term new public management encompasses a wide range of techniques and perspectives that are intended to overcome the inefficiencies inherent in the traditional model of public administration. When weighing whether to take online courses versus in a traditional classroom setting, there's a lot to consider.
We compare the two so you can make an informed decision on whether an online or traditional education is best for you. The term new public management was coined by scholars from UK and Australia (Hood and Hood and Jackson ), who were working in the in the areas of public administration.
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