Organisations and change : a comparative analysis of seven Australian water authorities
|Title:||Organisations and change : a comparative analysis of seven Australian water authorities|
|Author(s):||Lawrence, A. I|
During the mid to late 70s, there was growing public criticism of the failure of statutory authorities to respond to changing community needs. Wilenski, in the Report on the Review of New South Wales Government Administration noted that "statutory authorities continue to carry on meeting their original objectives, and (often) lack the breadth of vision to perceive change in community needs. There are institutional pressures for them to continue to do what they have (always) been doing"
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