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Case
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Reference no. 483-035-1
Authors: R Lynton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill); K Bannerjee (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Published in: 1983

Abstract

The new assistant director for family planning of the Danong (State) Family Planning Agency is responsible for many health education activities. One of his first tasks is to improve the state family planning training centre. As a means to carrying out this assignment, he attempts to operationalise a recent federal directive to increase staff size. In this, he is met with bureaucratic hurdles, the major one of which involves the civil service commission and the control it has over hiring of new personnel.
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Abstract

The new assistant director for family planning of the Danong (State) Family Planning Agency is responsible for many health education activities. One of his first tasks is to improve the state family planning training centre. As a means to carrying out this assignment, he attempts to operationalise a recent federal directive to increase staff size. In this, he is met with bureaucratic hurdles, the major one of which involves the civil service commission and the control it has over hiring of new personnel.

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Other setting(s):
1967

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