Dr. Doug Goodman is the MPA Director and an Associate Professor of Public Affairs in the School of Economic, Political, and Policy Sciences at The University of Texas at Dallas. His main teaching and research area focuses on public human resource management and state budgetary politics. Dr. Goodman's current research interests include workforce planning, at-will employment in the public sector, human resource management reforms, managing public employees following catastrophic events, and public sector retirement benefits. Lear more about Dr. Goodman on his home and Research Explorer pages
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Understanding the Link between Organizational Communication and Innovation: An Examination of Public, Nonprofit, and For-Profit Organizations in South Korea Innovation and internal communication are essential for any successful organization. Although communication within organizations has long been studied in the for-profit sector, we still know little about the impact of ...
State government human resource professionals’ commitment to employment at will (Sage, 2010-02-11)This article examines the attitudes of a key set of state government officials—state human resource (HR) professionals—toward employment at will (EAW) in state government. It presents original survey data obtained from HR ...