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From Pablo to Osama

Introduction: Michael thinks that there are two types of knowledge—techne and metis. Techne belong to abstract technical knowledge, which is taught through formal instruction, while metis is experiential and intuitive knowledge, which is used to adapt to continually changing environments. … Continue reading

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The Political Heritage

As far as theoretical study of administration, similarly, Wilson and Goodnow argued that there is distinction between politics and administration, where politics is about policy making in legislative level, while administration is policy implementing in executive level. Differently, Wilson emphasized … Continue reading

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The Intellectual Heritage

Adam Smith discusses the division of labor from the perspective economics. The division of labor is the product of development of the society and economy. It improves efficiency and facilitates the development of the industry. Similarly, Henri Fayol concludes that … Continue reading

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It Is Important to Address Broad Social and Cultural Issues for Theorists of Public Organization

First, the former social and cultural issues must be reconsidered, criticized and corrected. Only in this way can theories claim to improve our understanding of life in public organizations. Second, public administration is about the general people’s life; it is … Continue reading

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