Tag Archives: Stakeholder governance

Governing Public Services in England and wales: A Move from the Stakeholder Model Could further the Democratic Deficit

This blog entry was first published by the LSE Policy and Politics Blog – http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/51885-2/?utm_content=buffer94b1b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer   A great deal of attention is given to roles of both Chief Executives and members of the Senior Management Team in many organisations, yet the work … Continue reading

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Governance in the Fire and Rescue Service

Over recent months I have been working with a colleague, Dr Jacqueline Baxter from the Open University on a comparative governance paper focusing on education, health, policing and the fire and rescue services. The key issue to emerge is the … Continue reading

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School Governance in Wales

 School governing is tied up with how education is delivered and where the center of power lies. Devolution has changed a great deal. Wales has not seen the rise of the academy schools as is the case in England.   At … Continue reading

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