Professional Edge: Engaging Citizens in Performance Management and Budget Prioritization

Dr. Alfred T. Ho, associate professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration
For the past few decades, performance management has been pursued by many local governments as a technical managerial tool. This presentation discusses the results of a series of research that looks at how citizens perceive government performance and how government officials could engage them more effectively in budget prioritization and performance management.
April 03, 2013
08:00 am - 09:00 am
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building, BEST Building Conference Center
913-897-8400


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