Complexity theory in public management
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Complexity theory in public management

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Theoretical frameworks that exist in public services and management have failed to address chaos, and unpredictability in public management. Despite their efforts to eliminate this by increasing measurable performance, reliance objectives, management of human resources, improved financial techniques, authority and accountability decentralization and resolving pathologies of principal-agent behavior success in their management has not yet been realized (Weber, 2008). All these attempts are aimed at improving the steering capacity in public management, policy makers and managers. Adoption of complex adaptive system approach in public management policy makers and managers in public institutions may be able to offer effective public services provision and decision making.

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