Theories, processes and techniques involved in the organization and
management of the national government and its agencies.
1. To familiarize graduate students with the basic organization and
management theories, concepts and techniques in public management.
2. To introduce the students on the dynamics, issues and problems of the
Philippine national governmental structure, bureaucracy and operations.
3. To draw lessons through the critical analysis of case studies on reform
measures in the Philippine governmental structure.
1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines
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Caoili, Manuel, "Some Notes on Origin of Modern Management Thought", in V.
Bautista, et al, eds. AN INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN THE
PHILIPPINES, Quezon City: UPCPA.1993.
Philipine Center for Investigative Reporting, UNCOVERING THE BEAT(The Real
World Guide to Reporting on Government),Pasig: PCIJ, 1997.
Coronel, Sheila, editor, PORK AND OTHER PERKS(Corruption and Governance in
the Philippines), Pasig: PCIJ, 1998.
Major Topics Covered:
Introduction to Organization and Management Theory
Approaches to Organization Studies
Modern Management Thought
Perceptions and Attitudes
Motivation and Organization
Organization and Control
Influence, Power, Authority, Leadership
Corruption: Case Studies
Pork Barrel and Presidential Power
Organization of Congress
Congressional Corruption: Case Studies
Organization and Management of the Economy
Organization of Law Enforcement and the Courts
Managing the Environment
Case Studies on Organization and Mgmt.of Educational system
The Health Bureaucracy
Managing Infrastructure Development
Government Anti-Graft Structures
Managing Foreign Policy
NGOs/POs : Organization and Management of Civil Society