Title: Do Extrinsic Rewards Enhance Organizational Citizenship Behavior?
Subtitle: A Study of Public Sector Organizations
Authors: Matiaske, Wenzel  
Weller, Ingo
Language: en
Keywords: Organizational Behavior;Organizational Citizenship;Public Governance
Issue Date: 2007
Editors: Koch, Rainer 
Dixon, John
Publisher: Springer Gabler
Document Type: Book Part
Page Start: 513
Page End: 534
Publisher Place: Wiesbaden
Globalisation-driven demands to increase efficiency and effectiveness require nearly all OECD member states to strategically modernise their management of state and administration.

In this book, internationally renowned scholars and practitioners elaborate on political as well as managerial questions, as how to make overriding Public Governance changes the ’guiding model’ for a now needed stronger strategic approach. More specifically, their focus is on how moves towards a re-positioning as an enabling authority are to be made drivers for adapting management systems across all levels. In accordance with present developments, the authors explain how changes in the overall governance structure have to be used to adapt leadership practices in a more output-oriented or even entrepreneurial fashion. Overall, the underlying idea is to provide some further basics for a public sector type of a design-oriented management science.
ISBN: 978-3-8350-9100-9
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-8350-9100-9
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