The new public administration requires developing interdisciplinary leaders and managers.
To address the Grand Challenges in the new public administration, the course provides an integrated approach to understanding and learning about public administration. The program will integrate public administration with public organizational theories and behavioral science theory. Participants will learn about public administration through the management of organizations, people, and law in the public sector.
Joining the program will raise participants’ career development potential and abilities, skills, and knowledge for changing their public organizations through the Grand Challenges of the 21st century.
What You Will Learn
- Behavioral Public Administration
- Public Organization Theories
- Leading and Managing Public Service Ethics Across Sectors
- Public Governance and Policy-Making in Networks
- Managing and Measuring Performance in Public Organizations
Well-Structured Program and World-Class Faculty
The online program offers a venue for high-impact learning through interactive lectures and case study discussions. The participants will learn from AIM’s world-class faculty, industry leaders, and practitioners’ networks.
Gain an Integrated Perspective of Public Organizations and Governance
The program helps leaders, managers, supervisors, and individual contributors to develop a broader public perspective and a deeper understanding of how to govern public organizations.
Enhanced Understanding of Government Authority, Political Systems, and Influential Leadership Skills
The program enhances the participants’ capability to lead and manage in cross-functional settings while simultaneously developing leadership and management skills and abilities.
Who Should Attend
Public leaders and management officials in all government agencies, government relations leaders and managers in business, community leaders, lobbyists, and policy advisors seek to develop their knowledge and skills to modernize and reinvigorate public service and to develop new approaches to public governance and engagement.