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Global Challenges & Solutions
Every morning, we read the local newspaper and rarely miss the daily outing of bad
governance. Well, here at ASPA’s Good Governance Worldwide, the Section for Public
Management Practice Web site and online journal, we try not to compete with other
print and electronic media on these stories. There’s plenty already out there exposing
the dark side of government – including the bad choices of elected, appointed and
career civil servants and their not-
No, our chosen province, for which there appears to be little competition, is finding
public sector organizations and public managers behaving well. Offering best practice
solutions to common challenges around the world – including how to turn around sub-
That said, we cannot do this alone. So every month, we pour over other good governance sources for innovative approaches, tools and techniques drawn from around the world that offers illuminating takeaways for professional public management practitioners.
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