Lecture 41: Public Values Leadership
Topic： Public Values Leadership
Speaker： Barry Bozeman, Arizona Centennial Professor of Science and Technology Policy and Public Management, Arizona State UniversityModerator： Jiannan Wu, Professor, Executive Vice Director, China Institute for Urban Governance, Head, Division for Development of Liberal Arts and Social Science, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Time： 10:00-11:30, June 20th, 2019, Thursday
Venue： Room 239, Xinjian Building, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Xuhui Campus (No. 1954 Huashan Road)
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“Public Values Leadership”, based on a recently finished book by Barry Bozeman and Michael Crow titled Public Values Leadership, the presentation focuses on this question: How is leader ship seeking to achieve public values different from leadership to chief traditional organizational values such as profit, government policy mandates, our simple self interest such as rent seeking or side payments? The talk develops a theory of “mutable leadership” and talks about why it is relevant to public values.
Barry Bozeman is Regents' Professor, the Arizona Centennial Professor of Science and Technology Policy and Public Management, and Director of the Center for Organization Research and Design. Previous positions include Regents’ Professor and Ander Crenshaw Endowed Chair of Public Policy, University of Georgia; Regents’ Professor of Public Policy at Georgia Tech, and Professor of Public Administration, Law and Affiliate Professor of Engineering at Syracuse University. He has had visiting appointments at University of Michigan, Columbia University, University of Copenhagen, and Universite Marne-La-Valle (Paris Est).
Bozeman’s research focuses on science and technology policy, public management, organization theory and higher education policy. He is the author or co-author of seventeen books, including most recently, Strength in Numbers: Improving Research Collaboration Effectiveness (Princeton University Press, forthcoming, 2017). His Public Values and Public Interest (Georgetown University Press, 2007) won the American Political Science Association’s Herbert Simon Award for best book published in public administration and public affairs. Bozeman’s books Bureaucracy and Red Tape and All Organizations Are Public (Jossey-Bass, 1987) helped establish new lines of public management research and theory.
Professor Bozeman’s research articles have appeared in every major journal in the fields of science and technology policy, higher education policy, and public policy and public management, as well as in such diverse journals as American Journal of Political Science, IEEE Transactions in Engineering Management, Economics of Education, Organization Studies, American Journal of Public Health, and Managerial and Decision Economics, and Human Relations. His research has been summarized in science publications, such as Nature, Nature Medicine, Science, and Issues in Science and Technology and mass media, including, Wall Street Journal, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Boston Globe, Washington Monthly, Fortune, New York Times, The Economist, Chronicle of Higher Education, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Bozeman is an elected fellow of both the American Association for the Advancement Science and the National Academy of Public Administration. Awards received include the Charles Levine Memorial Award of the American Society for Public Administration and the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. Bozeman received the 2013 Public Management Research Association’s H. George Frederickson Award for “lifetime achievement and contributions to public management research.