Darnaus vystymosi strateginis planavimas

Municipaliniai aspektai

Translated title of the contribution: Economic aspects of cities sustainable development strategic planning

Remigijus Čiegis, Dainora Grundey, Dalla Štreimikiene

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Abstract

In Lithuania, like in other post communistic countries, the principles of sustainable development were used only few years ago, basically only in case, that it was "in vogue" in the whole world. Strategic plans were created usually in such a way that everyone understood, not paying attention to quality and real destination. Most of investors choosing places for their investments usually analyse strategic plans and this is one of the critical factors for choosing the place for investments or at least choosing possible variants. At present Lithuanians are starting to understand the importance of sustainable development and the principles of sustainability are being implemented realistically. During this process a lot of obscurities were observed which have conditioned the problematic of the article: misunderstandings of cities' sustainable development strategic planning principles, in the appreciation of community's involvement importance into strategic management processes, the absence of the united methodology for sustainable development strategic planning processes. Therefore the principles of sustainable development and possibilities for their use in the development processes of cities' communities are analyzed in this article. Summarizing the principles of sustainable development of cities it is possible to separate three basic stages of strategic planning, which are (1) creation of vision, (2) strategic planning, and (3) implementation of the plan. In every stage there is a management process which is adjusted to new conditions, changed tactics, but doesn't go far from the vision which was formulated by authorities and inhabitants.

Original languageLithuanian
Pages (from-to)260-269
Number of pages10
JournalTechnological and Economic Development of Economy
Volume11
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes

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Economics
Sustainable development
Strategic planning
Strategic plan
Management process
Destination
Investors
Authority
Lithuania
Tactics
Strategic management
Planning process
Development process
Critical factors
Sustainability
Community involvement
Methodology

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Darnaus vystymosi strateginis planavimas : Municipaliniai aspektai. / Čiegis, Remigijus; Grundey, Dainora; Štreimikiene, Dalla.

In: Technological and Economic Development of Economy, Vol. 11, No. 4, 2005, p. 260-269.

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