ARTICLES
  • February 15, 2016
    On 15 February Dr Mirella Minkman will take up her appointment as distinguished professor at TIAS in the new chair in Innovation in Organisation and Management of Long-Term Integrated Care.
  • Governance
    February 9, 2016
    TIAS alumnus Marieke Dekkers has created a governance code for partnerships in Inclusive Education. This has not gone unnoticed in the education sector.
  • Public Management
    January 7, 2016
    Patrick Kenis
    Collaborations must be based on a clear common goal if they are to succeed, says Professor Patrick Kenis.
  • GovernanceLAB
    November 6, 2015
    Edith Hooge
    Citizens regularly get the door slammed in their faces because politicians and administrators place political interests before the interests of citizens.
  • Governance
    October 22, 2015
    Edith Hooge
    GovernanceLAB has researched the administrative capacity of school boards in primary education.
  • Governance
    October 5, 2015
    Mijntje Lückerath
    The shareholder model has been replaced by the stakeholder model in the Netherlands, organizations, profit-making and non-profit alike, more and more take the interests of all stakeholders into account in their actions and decisions. 
  • Governance
    October 2, 2015
    Is public ownership still the right legal form to supervise state-owned companies, Distinguished Professor Michiel Boersma asks in this column.
  • Public Management
    September 22, 2015
    Kees Koedijk
    Public policy within organizations and markets is shaped largely by economists. But what qualities are needed to succeed in an academic environment and in the field? And will there not be a gap between academia and the field? In academia, the focus is on the specialist, who is under a lot of pressure to keep publishing, and a thorough knowledge of the economy is almost impossible, while in the field it is much more important that you have all-round knowledge and are able to place things in their historical context and with an eye on future developments.
  • Public Management
    September 21, 2015
    Marc Vermeulen
    An important issue for public organizations is about choosing position: Are you a friend of the citizens and do you acknowledge his or her individual needs or are you a not too unfriendly mass business? The contradiction is perhaps a bit strong, but it helps in managing expectations. 
  • GovernanceLAB
    August 21, 2015
    Edith Hooge
    As is often the case with different cultures, Edith Hooge noticed how differently people deal with laws and regulations in the United States.

Public Management

The public and non-profit sector has its own dynamics. Especially in the present, complex and rapidly changing economic environment, this knowledge and skills are essential. 

At TIAS, this knowledge is developed and shared in the GOVERNANCELAB  with partners from the practical field.

TIAS offers a broad portfolio of programs specifically aimed at the non-profit and public sector. You can choose an accredited Master or one or more short master classes.

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