Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Public Management Innovation laboratory
Assoc. prof. Mantas Bileišis
E-mail: mantas.bileisis@mruni.eu


Vision
Making a meaningful contribution to Lithuania‘s leadership in implementing ideals of citizen empowerment and evidence-based governance in the public sector.

Mision    
Provide quality services to public sector organizations in their endeavors to develop key capacities and processes; and be a source of reliable information about the state of the Lithuanian public governance to citizens, businesses, and international partners.

Values    

  • Speed
  • Scientific validity
  • Integrity

Modern bureaucracies formed in in XVII a. over the past decades have been increasingly challenged by global changes in technology and politics. Lithuania, which since 1990 has been building its state in the thick of these changes faces a myriad of challenges and policy decision dilemmas over how to best ensure international competitiveness, wellbeing of its citizens and satisfy an increasing pressure to accommodate citizen participation.

New methods of government interaction with citizens, businesses and among government institutions themselves, as well as with partners from the EU and other international organizations place a demand on capacities and competencies that have not been needed before.

Public Management Innovation Lab specializes in applied research and its dissemination with its main goal to identify hurdles specific public organizations that stand in a way of attaining policy success and develops means to overcome them. Among others, areas of our expertise include: providing instruments to implement principles of interinstitutional co-operation, open government and transparency; development of strategic planning process and capacities; HR management; policy evaluation and monitoring; effective accountability and citizen participation measures; standards of conduct and ethics for civil servants.

Research Priorities:

  • Multi-level governance: empowerment of local communities, local self-government, regional administration, the EU and other international integration processes.
  • Inter-institutional (inter-ministerial, inter-sectorial) collaboration: "horizontal" (youth, sustainable development, regional) implementation of policies, strategic planning in the public sector, "wicked" issues of public administration, organization of public service.
  • Co-production: provision of public services involving citizens, partnership of public, private and non-governmental sectors.

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Lithuania Social Sciences
governance Social Sciences
New Public Management Social Sciences
public administration Social Sciences
management Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
precariat Social Sciences
public sector Social Sciences

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Research Output 2007 2018

  • 35 Article
  • 5 Conference contribution
  • 1 Book
  • 1 Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Bendruomenės įtraukimo į incidento valdymą organizacinės prielaidos ir teisinės galimybės Lietuvoje

Translated title of the contribution: Organizational preconditions and legal opportunities in Lithuania for the involvement of community participation in the incident managementSurvila, A., Smalskys, V., Novikovas, A., Tvaronavičienė, A. & Stasiukynas, A., 2018, In : Viešoji politika ir administravimas. 17, 2, p. 255-269

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Lithuania
incident
participation
management
community
Open Access
future perspective
citizens' participation
Lithuania
electricity
governance

Differences in employee motivation in selected countries of CEE (Slovakia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic)

Hitka, M., Balazova, Z., Gražulis, V. & Lejskova, P., 2018, In : Engineering Economics = Inžinerinė ekonomika: mokslo darbai. 29, 5, p. 536-547

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Lithuania
Employee motivation
Central Eastern Europe
Czech Republic
Slovak Republic