Leadership and culture : comparative models of top civil servant training / edited by Montgomery Van Wart, Professor, Department of Public Administration, California State University, San Bernardino, USA ; Annie Hondeghem, Professor, Public Governance Institute, KU Leuven, Belgium; Erwin Schwella, Professor of Public Leadership, School of Public Leadership, Stellenbosch University, South Africa ; with Paul Suino, Independent scholar, USA.
by Van Wart, Montgomery [editor of compilation.]; Hondeghem, Annie [editor of compilation.]; Schwella, Erwin [editor of compilation.].Material type: BookSeries: Governance and public management.Description: xiv, 357 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781137454126 (hardback).Subject(s): Civil service -- In-service training -- Case studies | Government executives -- Training of -- Case studies | Public officers -- Training of -- Case studies | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / Comparative | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / General | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Affairs & Administration | ლიდერობაDDC classification: 352.6/6901
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Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction: Understanding the Role and Context of Senior Civil Servant Training; Montgomery Van Wart and Annie Hondeghem -- PART I: TRAINING CIVIL SERVANTS IN ANGLO-AMERICAN COUNTRIES -- 1. Australia; John Haligan -- 2. The United Kingdom -- Sylvia Horton and Montgomery Van Wart -- 3. The United States of America -- Heather Getha-Taylor -- PART II: TRAINING CIVIL SERVANTS IN EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES -- 4. Estonia; Kulli Sarapuu, Merilin Metsma, Tiina Randma-Liiv and Annika Uudelepp -- 5. Hungary; Mark Gal and Marton Gellen -- 6. Romania; Cristina HinreaTudor ?iclau -- PART III: TRAINING SENIOR CIVIL SERVANTS IN GERMANIC AND NORTHERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES -- 7. Austria; Isabell Egger-Peitler, Monika Knassmuller, Renate Meyer -- 8. Belgium; Annie Hondeghem, Christian de Visscher, Maxime Petit Jean, and Silke Ruebens -- 9. Denmark; Bente Bjornholt, Morten Balle Hansen -- 10. Finland; Turo Virtanen -- 11. Germany; Werner Jann and Sylvia Veit -- 12. The Netherlands; Trui Steen, Caspar van den Berg and Peter Leisink -- 13. Switzerland; Adrian Ritz and Leonie Schussler -- PART IV; TRAINING SENIOR CIVIL SERVANTS IN LATIN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES -- 14. France; Alexandra Couston, Joyce Liddle and Robert Fouchet -- 15. Italy; Denita Cepiku, Alessandro Hinna and Sandro Mameli -- PART V: TRAINING CIVIL SERVANTS IN OTHER COUNTRIES -- 16. Columbia; Pablo Sanabria and Claudia N. Avelleneda -- 17. Namibia; Erwin Schwella, Yrika Maritz, Michael Conteh and Elsie Nghikembua -- 18. South Africa; Peter E. Franks -- 19. South Korea; Sangmook Kim -- Conclusions: Understanding the Reasons for the Difference in Importance, Quantity and Quality of SCS Training; Montgomery Van Wart and Annie Hondeghem.
"The success and fate of governments around the globe is not only based on the success of political leaders, but also on the top civil servants who lead the apparatus of government. Given the enormous tasks of leading society and changing the culture of government itself, the training and retraining of top civil servants is vital. This important collection is a one-of-a-kind study that not only provides information about the where, what, and how of the training of top civil servants around the world, but also offers up-to-date cultural, political, economic background on both larger countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany, and also smaller countries such as Colombia, Namibia, and Belgium. It explores in detail the factors that result in different country perceptions of the importance of executive training, and the reasons for the variations in its quality and robustness"--