Perego, Martha
November 2009
Public Management (00333611);Nov2009, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p2
The article presents two scenarios depicting the importance of professional courtesy. It mentions scenario one wherein a city manager's promise to keep the interview confidential is divided by his obligation to his colleague and to the profession. It also presents another scenario wherein a former assistant discusses county business with his former commissioners without the knowledge of the incumbent manager. Moreover, it provides advice from the two scenarios on what actions must be enforced.


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