Ph.D., Northern Illinois University
Greg Streib is a professor of public management and policy in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University. His work to date has focused on various aspects of public management and policy implementation, including policy analysis and evaluation; the skill needs of public managers and professionalism in public service; leadership and collaboration; the implementation of public management reforms; city manager roles and responsibilities; the development of knowledge in public administration; governance issues such as health care benefits for local government employees and reinventing government; and the development of e-government, including the value of new technologies, citizen needs, and privacy. He has worked with a range of governments and nonprofits addressing issues such as welfare reform, homelessness, the development and assessment of leadership and advocacy skills, and performance measurement. Professor Streib regularly teaches classes in the areas of budgeting and finance, e-government, and research methods.