Franchising voor de overheid (Franchising for the government)

Supplement or improvement?
Author(s):
E.J.T. van den Berg, E.E. Agasi, A.P. Brandsen, M.P.M. Huijben, J.N. Girbes
Published:
The Hague: Elsevier, 1999
Publishing date:
ISBN:
9061559383
Nr of pages:
89
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Description

Organising government organisations like the Kruidvat, MacDonald's or the Rabobank. No mergers and administrative upscaling, but franchising with a head office and independent units which are their own boss and which each 'retain their clients' on the basis of quality and innovation.

Are these not demands which increasingly apply to government services? And if so, can franchising then offer a solution? For example, is it beneficial to manage schools in this way? Or benefit administrations? And if so, how?

Franchising voor de overheid

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