Rogowski, Steve
February 2010
Community Care;2/18/2010, Issue 1806, p8
The article discusses the private sector managerialism regarding social services for children in Great Britain. Julian Le Grand, a social worker, says that procedures, bureaucracy and managerialism have taken social workers away from direct work with service users and have made them frustrated. It is suggested that practices would be freed from a complex management structure in order to address the problems.


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