Volume 1 (1995)‎ > ‎


Editor’s Note

What Role is there for the Intelligentsia in the Public Service?

Harvey L. White


Journal of Public Management and Social Policy: A Tool for Meeting the Informational Need of Practitioners

Doris Micheaux


Symposium Articles

Diversity, Society and the Public Sector

Mitchell Rice


The Cultural Diversity Forum: Success or Failure

Audrey Mathews


Racial Diversity, Representation and Community Policing in Large City Police Organizations: The 1990s and Beyond

William G. Lewis


Meeting the Challenge: Being A Successful Leader Of an Increasingly Diverse Workforce

Blue Wooldrige


Diversity and the City Management Profession: The Black City Manager

Sylvester Murray


The Powerful Oppressed: A Study of African American Female Leaders in Jackson, Mississippi

Curtina Moreland-Young


Diversity as Differences in the Ways of Managing: Cultivating an Appreciation for Feminine Styles of Management

Harvey White and Doris Micheaux


Highlights of Public Management

An Endangered Species – The Public Manager

Kenneth Austin


Profile of a Public Manager

Focus on Bob Terrell, City Manager of Fort Worth, Texas


Focus on Academia

Supply, Demand and Minority Participation in Graduate Public Service Education: Old Problem, New Paradigm

Charles Sampson


Book and Research Notes

Taming City Hall – Rightsizing for Results, by Gerald Seals

Reviewed by Shelia Rhone