Structure and tension in public and private sector governance: observations from the UK and Australian experience
The past decade has produced significant change in how the public and private sectors operate and the public expectations of their role. This paper claims that the pressures that have challenged the governance structures of key public and private organisations in the UK and Australia are common to both sectors. It argues that the ‘independent regulatory agencies’ of the public sector and publicly listed companies in the private sector have evolved in ways that point to a common template of...[Show more]
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