Motyvacijos unikalumas valstybės tarnyboje

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Motyvacijos unikalumas valstybės tarnyboje
Alternative Title:
Uniqueness of public service motivation
In the Journal:
Viešoji politika ir administravimas [Public Policy and Administration]. 2007, Nr. 19, p. 33-45
Poreikiai; Motyvai; Motyvacija; Motyvavimas; Motyvacija valstybės tarnyboje.
Needs; Motives; Motyvation; Process of motyvation; Public service motivation.
Summary / Abstract:

LTAnalizuojant motyvacijos teorijų įvairovę straipsnyje pagrindžiamas motyvacijos valstybės tarnyboje unikalumas. Akcentuojami metodologinio pobūdžio sunkumai tiriant motyvaciją ir parodyta, kad iki šiol nėra universalios motyvacijos teorijos. Teigiama, kad motyvacija gali būti priskirta prie latentinių reiškinių, o ją tiriant nėra garantijų, kad matuojamieji dydžiai ir lemia žmonių pažiūras bei elgesį. Aprašytos valstybės tarnybos motyvacijos koncepcijos paieškos, darbo motyvacijos viešajame ir privačiajame sektoriuje skirtumai bei panašumai. [Iš leidinio]

ENInsufficient attention towards the topic of public service motivation among Lithuanian scholars encouraged the author to choose the object for the paper. The paper starts with the analysis of various theories of motivation (starting with A.Maslow theory of needs hierarchy and analyzing more complex theories of F.Herzberg, K.Alderfer, D.McCleland, V.Vroom, J.Adams, E.Lawler, W.Porter ). Similar theories can serve as the basis for future research in Lithuanian public sphere. Author states, that universal theory on motivation does not exist. This fact complicates applicability of various theories in practice as raises the question, which theory is the best one (qualitative dimension). After choosing the theory, another question is what we have to measure. Attitudes (satisfaction), behavior (involvement) or both these elements should be used trying to measure motivation. A wish to participate in public policy implementation, serving public, loyalty to government; commitment and benevolence are several specific motivators, which influence public servant’s activity. It is shown that working conditions, work content, salary, work safety, challenges, and possibilities for a career in private and public sector lead to distinguish certain similarities and differences. [From the publication]

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