By Chuck Weiss
It is a lengthy unusual journey via one man’s lifelong reports with alien abduction - besides an dangerous dose of harassment by way of the men-in-black executive business enterprise identified through the code-name “Majestic.” not just is the author’s firsthand story convincing, with its journalistic stories of the vintage indicators of alien intervention, however the publication features a wealth of study and references to different literature within the box.
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Mitchell 1992; Boschken 1988; Walsh 1978). Second, regarding service area, the study’s focus is on urban transit. This choice was made because transit, like other infrastructure, is at 11 01-S2252-P1 12 6/27/02 11:23 AM Page 12 Skewing Outcomes in Agency Policymaking the heart of so many of the most difﬁcult and complex problems found in urban America. Whether speaking of our nation’s public schools, clean water and sewerage agencies, county medical centers, or transit systems, infrastructure policymaking is faced with mediating the prospects of social isolation and the declining civic engagement of an aging population, dilapidation caused by deferred maintenance, declining ﬁscal support for capital funding, downsizing of services, incomplete planning for regional economic development, and “reengineering” of government.
The second is efﬁciency in operating service-delivery activities. Those classiﬁed as social-centered (cells III and IV) address effectiveness in satisfying the agency’s political mandates by providing beneﬁcial social programs and reciprocating value to resource contributors. The second dimension is derived from a convention in administra- 37 02-S2252 38 6/27/02 11:30 AM Page 38 Skewing Outcomes in Agency Policymaking tive studies (Ansoff and Brandenburg 1971) that dichotomizes policy outcomes into strategy-focused and operations-focused categories.
But generally, this is not the case. In administrative science, some developed frameworks that abstractly relate outcome performance to multiple constituencies (Quinn and Rohrbaugh 1983; Quinn and Cameron 1983; Cameron 1986), but their work is difﬁcult to operationalize empirically. For example, Quinn and Rohrbaugh developed a framework for classifying the organizational performance literature around generic conceptualizations, but not for empirically grounded research on comparing organizations.