Organizational Behavior and Public Management (Public by Michael L. Vasu, Debra W. Stewart, G. David Garson

By Michael L. Vasu, Debra W. Stewart, G. David Garson

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On the other side of the coin are Page 9 many nonprofit and third-sector organizations that perform functions similar to those of government organizations. Like many government agencies, many nonprofits obviously have no profit indicators and incentives and often pursue social and public service missions. Finally, many private, for profit organizations work with government in ways that blur the distinction between them (Rainey, 1991, p. 20). We all recognize that organizations such as Duke Power Company, the American Red Cross, and many private defense related organizations like General Dynamics fall somewhere in between the two anchor points on the continuum.

The public organization's primary goal is equity, fairness in resource distribution. Moreover, as Hal G. Rainey observes in response to those who spurn any distinction between public and private organizations If they are not distinct in any important way, why do public organizations exist? (Rainey, 1991, p. 15). Having said this, we are aware that there is some truth in Dwight Waldo's contention that In the United Statesand I believe more widelythere is a movement away from a sharp distinction between public and private, and a blurring and mingling of the two (Waldo, 1980, p.

S. Department of Education is a public organization, whose primary goal is not making a profit but rather equitably serving a public constituency. It also receives its support through taxes. C. Police Department, and the Department of Defense. However, using the same criteria of private versus public ownership and public versus private funding there are hybrid organizations not so unambiguously situated. In other words, there are organizations that are privately owned but are as dependent on public funding as any public agency, such as defense contractors who do business almost exclusively with government.

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