Evaluate your ability to critically analyze a situation, and make and defend decisions that incorporate public administration theories and research. Through the case analysis, you should demonstrate the following leadership capabilities in the context of human resource management.
· Knowledge about public administration theory, research and practice
· Analytical and critical thinking skills to inform public and community problem-solving and decision-making processes
· An understanding of the ethical basis for public service
· Effective intra-organizational, inter-organizational and public oral and written communication skills
· A respect for and ability to engage the diversity of perspectives and interests involved in local governance
Your response should take the perspective of being an external consultant to the location your case is based in. You were selected because you recently passed your MPA comprehensive exam so they are looking for new and innovative thinking. Your charge is to help public administration leaders re-imagine what their public service commitment is, and how state and local government can restore public trust in government and public decision making. Your case analysis for this course should have responses in the following areas and be focused on human resource management:
A summary of the pertinent facts of the case. Identify the relevant information presented in the situation, including, for example, the context/environment, participants, issues, and key decisions needed and made. This discussion should be brief.
An assessment of the situation. How does the situation relate to broader issues, theories, concepts and principles discussed throughout the MPA program? Identify the relevant theories or principles that help explain or analyze the situation. Use relevant literature from this course and also from other MPA courses.
A recommended course of action. In your role as a consultant, develop a set of recommendations to address the issue moving forward and to prevent a similar situation from occurring in the future. Discuss the challenges these recommendations might face and how these challenges can be mitigated.
A reflection on lessons learned. What can be learned from this case in the context of public administration that might apply to other cases, situations or settings?
A bibliography. Include a list of sources used in the analysis
The paper should show revisions to my paper that’s attached. I provided:
an introduction, summary of facts and partial assessment of the case that is to include an analysis of 2-3 important HRM dimensions. Paper of 6-8 pages long (not including a reference page, cover page or appendices), double spaced and using 12 point arial or times new roman font, 1 inch margins and a reference page with at least 4 references from the course reading material (not including the case study).
I need the paper to NOW include:
an additional 1-2 dimensions in the assessment portion, recommendations addressing the dimensions and a lessons learned section. Paper has the same requirements as above except the page length is to now be 10-12 pages (not including a references, cover page or appendices) and include at least 14 references from the course material (not including the case study) or beyond:
– Denhardt, R. B., Denhardt, J. V., Aristigueta, M. P., & Rawlings, K. C. (2018). Managing human behavior in public and nonprofit organizations. CQ Press.
– Collings, D. G., McMackin, J., Nyberg, A. J., & Wright, P. M. (2021). Strategic human resource management and COVID‐19: Emerging challenges and research opportunities. Journal of Management Studies.
-Gould-Williams, J. S. (2016). Managers’ motives for investing in HR practices and their implications for public service motivation: a theoretical perspective.International Journal of Manpower,37(5), 764-776.
– Brunetto, Y., & Beattie, R. (2020). Changing role of HRM in the public sector.
– Min, N., Ki, N., & Yoon, T. (2021). Public service motivation, job satisfaction, and the moderating effect of employment sector: a meta-analysis. International Review of Public Administration, 1-21.
– Potcovaru, A. (2018). HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC VERSUS PRIVATE SECTOR: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE.Economics, Management, and Financial Markets,13(3), 203-209.
– Blom, R., Kruyen, P. M., Van der Heijden, B. I., & Van Thiel, S. (2020). One HRM fits all? A meta-analysis of the effects of HRM practices in the public, semipublic, and private sector. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 40(1), 3-35.
– Bullock, J. B., Stritch, J. M., & Rainey, H. G. (2015). International comparison of public and private employees’ work motives, attitudes, and perceived rewards.Public Administration Review,75(3), 479-489.
– Lyons, S. T., Duxbury, L. E., & Higgins, C. A. (2006). A comparison of the values and commitment of private sector, public sector, and parapublic sector employees. Public administration review, 66(4), 605-618.
– Values, Incentives, and Work-Related Attitudes. Rainey, H. G. (2014).Understanding and managing public organizations. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Chapter 10: Understanding People in Public Organizations
– Brewer,G. , & Kellough,J. (2016). Administrative values and public personnel management: Reflections on civil service reform. Public Personnel Management, 45(2), 171-189.
– Word, Jessica, and Heather Carpenter. The New Public Service? Applying the Public Service Motivation Model to Nonprofit Employees. Public personnel management42.3 (2013): 315–336. Web.
– Goldman, C. A., Piquado, T., Irwin, J. L., Allen, D., Zhou, Y., & Ryu, S. H. (2021). Recruiting and Hiring a Diverse and Talented Public Sector Workforce.
– Lim, S., Wang, T. K., & Lee, S.-Y. (2017). Shedding New Light on Strategic Human Resource Management: The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices and Human Resources on the Perception of Federal Agency Mission Accomplishment. Public Personnel Management, 46(2), 91–117.
– Ashikali, T., Groeneveld, S., & Ritz, A. (2021). Managing a diverse workforce. Managing for Public Service Performance: How People and Values Make a Difference, 182.
– Baluch, A. M., & Ridder, H. G. (2021). Mapping the research landscape of strategic human resource management in nonprofit organizations: A systematic review and avenues for future research. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 50(3), 598-625.

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