key motivating forces behind people working W r i t i n g
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1.In what ways are the concepts of “self-interest rightly understood” and “reciprocity” relevant for the study of public administration? How can these two concepts inform the design of social institutions? Make sure that you cite class readings to substantiate your answer. (No more than 150 words.)
2.Based on what you learned from the module “Rationality and Decision-Making,” what are the common pitfalls in decision-making? What methods can you use to make better decisions? (No more than 150 words.)
3.As public management executive, how can one exercise leadership while considering existing political and organizational realities? How can arguments and examples from the ICMA casebook, the James Q. Wilson book, and other class readings help to answer the questions? (No more than 500 words.)
4.Based on the readings and the materials covered in class, what are the key motivating forces behind people working in the public (or nonprofit) sector? How can public (or nonprofit) organizations be designed to support these motivating forces? (Note: you may choose to cover either public or nonprofit organizations in your answer. Remember to cite specific concepts and arguments you learned from course reading, lectures, cases, and exercises.) (No more than 500 words.)