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The capacity of public sector of co‐creating with other stakeholders is challenged by the increasing presence of disruptive turbulent events, such as the COVID‐19. At this regard, robustness has been identified as a suitable response to deal with this kind of events. Through a systematic...
Persistent efforts to meet the demand for cross‐organizational collaboration and trust‐based management have been halted by a mixture of bureaucratic inertia and entrenched New Public Management thinking. This article explores whether the COVID‐crisis has broken the reform deadlock. Based on a...
Organizational publicness is a foundational construct for public administration. It has largely been conceptualized deductively and focuses mostly on the macro‐ and meso‐levels of analysis, leaving under‐explored how public employees perceive it at the micro‐level. Through a grounded theory...
Knowledge mobilization (KMb) takes a programmatic approach to empower and motivate scholars to connect research with policy‐making through disseminating research to knowledge users, acquiring information from practitioners, and responding to the acquired information. The present study aims to...
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