Bert George
Bert George
Professor of Public Strategy & Behavior - Ghent University
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We know the Yin—But where is the Yang? Toward a balanced approach on common source bias in public administration scholarship
B George, SK Pandey
Review of public personnel administration 37 (2), 245-270, 2017
Does strategic planning improve organizational performance? A meta‐analysis
B George, RM Walker, J Monster
Public Administration Review 79 (6), 810-819, 2019
When employee performance management affects individual innovation in public organizations: The role of consistency and LMX
M Audenaert, A Decramer, B George, B Verschuere, T Van Waeyenberg
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 30 (5), 815-834, 2019
Rational planning and politicians’ preferences for spending and reform: Replication and extension of a survey experiment
B George, S Desmidt, PA Nielsen, M Baekgaard
Public Management Review 19 (9), 1251-1271, 2017
A state of research on strategic management in the public sector: An analysis of the empirical evidence
B George, S Desmidt
Strategic Management in Public Organizations, 163-184, 2014
Institutional isomorphism, negativity bias and performance information use by politicians: A survey experiment
B George, M Baekgaard, A Decramer, M Audenaert, S Goeminne
Public Administration 98 (1), 14-28, 2020
Strategic management in public administration
J Bryson, B George
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2020
Cognitive styles, user acceptance and commitment to strategic plans in public organizations: an empirical analysis
B George, S Desmidt, E Cools, A Prinzie
Public Management Review, 1-20, 2017
Strategic decision quality in Flemish municipalities
B George, S Desmidt, J De Moyer
Public Money & Management 36 (5), 317-324, 2016
Institutions or contingencies? A cross‐country analysis of management tool use by public sector executives
B George, S Van de Walle, G Hammerschmid
Public Administration Review 79 (3), 330-342, 2019
Strategic-decision quality in public organizations: An information processing perspective
B George, S Desmidt
Administration & Society 50 (1), 131-156, 2018
Does strategic planning ‘work’in public organizations? Insights from Flemish municipalities
B George
Public Money & Management 37 (7), 527-530, 2017
A guide to benchmarking COVID‐19 performance data
B George, B Verschuere, E Wayenberg, BL Zaki
Public Administration Review 80 (4), 696-700, 2020
Equal access to the top? Representative bureaucracy and politicians’ recruitment preferences for top administrative staff
M Baekgaard, B George
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (4), 535-550, 2018
Innovating and optimizing in public organizations: does more become less?
H Gieske, B George, I van Meerkerk, A van Buuren
Public Management Review 22 (4), 475-497, 2020
The school as a learning organisation: The concept and its measurement
M Kools, L Stoll, B George, B Steijn, V Bekkers, P GouŽdard
European Journal of Education 55 (1), 24-42, 2020
How a demanding employment relationship relates to affective commitment in public organizations: A multilevel analysis
M Audenaert, B George, A Decramer
Public Administration 97 (1), 11-27, 2019
Do we see eye to eye? The relationship between internal communication and between-group strategic consensus: A case analysis
S Desmidt, B George
Management Communication Quarterly 30 (1), 84-102, 2016
Debate: The learning organization—a key construct linking strategic planning and strategic management
M Kools, B George
Public Money & Management 40 (4), 262-264, 2020
Successful Strategic Plan Implementation in Public Organizations: Connecting People, Process, and Plan (3Ps)
B George
Public Administration Review 81 (4), 793-798, 2021
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