Leadership and Organisational Structure in the Co-production of Government Funded Services

Hans Schlappa, Yassaman Imani

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Abstract

We propose a conceptual framework from a critical relatioal perspective to better understand the process of co-production. The argument advanced here is twofold: First, that leadership must be shared to some extend for co-production to take effect and that this highlights the importance of relational dynamics in the exploration of the co-production process. Second, to develop models of leadership which reflect the nature of the co-production process we need to explore the extent to which power and institutional structure influence co-production.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2012
EventBritish Aademy of Management - Cardiff, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Sept 201213 Sept 2012

Conference

ConferenceBritish Aademy of Management
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityCardiff
Period10/09/1213/09/12

Keywords

  • distributed leadership of co-production, structure and co-production, power

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