Managing Budget Constraints in Environmental Protection Programs to Maintain Organization Objectives in the Public Sector
University of Phoenix, 2008 - 156 pages
Environmental resource allocations made in public organizations have a direct impact on successfully meeting organizational objectives of the future and organizational sustainability. This case study reflected different partners' positions and perspectives to achieve fiscally sound environmental protection programs influenced by budget constraints. Studying the influence of partners on strategy and goal attainment at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection may contribute to an understanding of relationships in other public sector and nonprofit organizations that face similar issues, particularly balancing organizational objectives with economic factors to overcome budget constraints. Efforts to achieve public awareness and voters' support for an environmental referendum were explored. Various strategies of public and private sector leaders to build support were also examined.
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