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Lose the Yeast and Stop the Rise in Health Care Costs

Lose the Yeast and Stop the Rise in Health Care Costs

Just as the impossibility of removing yeast from bread dough, there is little possibility of fixing the broken health care cost system without an unaffiliated public administration agency that can…

Do We Deserve This?

Do We Deserve This?

The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ASPA as an organization. By Anna Marie SchuhApril 14, 2023 As a presidential candidate,…

Integrating Online Teaching Modality in Public Administration Program—A Perspective from Strategic Planning Management

<strong>Integrating Online Teaching Modality in Public Administration Program—A Perspective from Strategic Planning Management</strong>

Integrating online teaching modality (OTM) strategically prepares our program for emergent situations, and for regular and long-term program flexibility and enhancement. …

Lessons to a Young Local Government Administrator—Part 1

Lessons to a Young Local Government Administrator—Part 1

No matter the age or tenure profile, we need to pay it forward. Take those calls from aspiring managers. Establish those internship programs. Hold onto the entry-level positions for the…

The Humanities as a Resource in Delivering Public Administration Courses

The Humanities as a Resource in Delivering Public Administration Courses

Public administration (PA) educators face the challenge of selecting and organizing adequate and appropriate OER resources for course content and in planning and executing learning activities. In this article, I…

Celebrating 50 Years of International and Comparative Public Administration

<strong>Celebrating 50 Years of International and Comparative Public Administration</strong>

To all of our past and current members, to ASPA and its leadership team and to public administrators around the world, we thank you for your support over these past…

The Big Questions Facing PA in 2023

The Big Questions Facing PA in 2023

I am hopeful 2023 will bring a much needed conversation on the future role of the administrative state in a society that seems to be losing faith in many of…

Public Administration: Endless Lifelong Learning

Public Administration: Endless Lifelong Learning

Instead the intent of this article is to identify and describe the unique, ongoing, diverse, continuous improvement and lifelong learning opportunities naturally “built-into” a public administrator's job.…

Public Administration On the Road Less Taken: Getting Out of Our Own Way

Public Administration On the Road Less Taken: Getting Out of Our Own Way

Future testimonials should be about the administrators who made the difference despite awards and recognition. Those leaders are democracy’s best paths forward on the road less taken.…

National Responses in Federal Systems. Part II

National Responses in Federal Systems. Part II

A panoramic vision is needed to understand social challenges as a set of interconnected problems and, consequently, to also conceive a system of interdependent solutions.…

How Organizational Drag Is Wasting the Time, Talent and Energy of Your Agency’s Workforce

How Organizational Drag Is Wasting the Time, Talent and Energy of Your Agency’s Workforce

Senior leadership needs to focus on better managing the human capital by reducing organizational drag.…