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From case teaching tips to guidelines on memo writing, organizational mapping, and giving presentations, these case teaching resources are designed to provide faculty and students with skills and tools for the classroom and the workplace.

From case teaching tips to guidelines on memo writing, organizational mapping, and giving presentations, these case teaching resources are designed to provide faculty and students with skills and t

An overall view of the Integrated Management Curriculum's concepts, integration and recurrence of themes, teaching objectives, study questions, lessons and key readings in a single document.

The Integrated Management Curriculum is built around the responsibilities, problems and skills that public managers face in their daily work, using literature and theory to amplify and deepen a stu

This first segment of the IMC course focuses on the broad strategic picture by examining the external environment in which a leader is operating.

This is the first segment of the Integrated Management Curriculum - a three quarter sequence designed to teach skills, practices and theories involve

The second IMC term builds upon the first, relating the importance of the internal operational capacity to the external environment. However, in this second term, the focus is on the specifics of operational effectiveness, rather than on the broader strategic examination of the first term.

The second IMC term builds upon the first, relating the importance of the internal operational capacity to the external environment.

As the previous IMC terms provided external and internal perspectives of the responsibilities of leadership, this term is intended to weave those together, by providing practice at integrating the skills, and focusing on how to affect policy.

As the previous IMC terms provided external and internal perspectives of the responsibilities of leadership, this term is intended to weave those tog

How should a complex public organization such as a public university respond to changes in the organizational environment when there are many "voices" with power to speak on emerging public issues that affect the university in different ways?

This teaching case presents a problem of how complex public organizations respond to changes in the organizational environment.

Provocatively describes circumstances of contracting out janitorial services in an environment of political patronage and limited resources. Explores contract management issues.

This is an account of how different constituencies (educators, school board members, and local business people) viewed and influenced a decision by the Cornwall County school board to hire outside

Focuses on the academic, administrative, local and regional issues surrounding a county school board's failed attempt to partner with a local college and successful partnering with an out-of- state University in creating a dual enrollment program.

This case focuses on the academic, administrative, local and regional issues surrounding the attempts by a county school board to partner with a local college in designing and implementing a dual e

Chicago Public School's CEO wants to implement a new budgeting system in the district called the Weighted Student Formula (WAF), or per-pupil budgeting, and then add certain weights depending on student need.

Pedro Martinez is the Budget Director of Chicago Public Schools (CPS), the third-largest school district in the country.

An award winning public agency development group applies innovative approaches to transportation issues.  The group's success in using private sector concepts and public-private partnerships transforms the agency's outlook on providing services.

This case enables students to explore public sector innovation, consider the utility of private sector techniques in public enterprise, and weigh the possibilities of public-private partnerships.