Organizaciju pasirengimo pokyčiu valdymui dekompozicija

Translated title of the contribution: Decomposition of preparing public organization for governance change

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Abstract

The purpose of this article is to analyse theoretical-methodological aspects of preparing public organization for the implementation of transformational changes and improvement of organizational performance, establishing the preparing complexity in organization strategy directions. The process of preparing public organization for accepting a change includes many elements: analysis of internal and external environment, identification of different theoretic attitudes for improving organizational performance methodology, typology of changes and best modern governance practice cases. The main tasks of the study are to accentuate the impact features of global changes to public sector organization development and to identify the role of organizational culture and successful leadership ensuring the implementation of strategy tasks. The essential ingredients of preparing public organization to accept a change are the following: quality of global change analysis, identification of the need for modernization, reform and innovation, creation capabilities to improve performance management in all kinds and levels of governance structures. Additionally, preparing to accept a change requires development of new forms and levels of organizational leadership regulatory responsibilities, creation of new governance strategies and implementation of modern control methods. Public sector organizations in achieving the goals use network based strategies as a modern sophisticated form of strategic governance. The article describes preparing public organization to accept the change partly as the product of innovation installing in public governance. To understand the change typology and decomposition and its role in public governance modernization, from staff and all level organization managers requires to improve administration creativity, getting the abilities to install radical changes, avoiding risk and preparing new models for recovering change governance process.

Original languageLithuanian
Pages (from-to)523-539
Number of pages17
JournalPublic Policy and Administration
Volume12
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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  • Public Administration

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