Inovatyvumas modernizuojant viešąjį valdymą: Baltijos šalių ir Danijos lyginamoji analizė

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Inovatyvumas modernizuojant viešąjį valdymą: Baltijos šalių ir Danijos lyginamoji analizė
Alternative Title:
Innovativeness by modernizing public governance: comparative analysis of Baltic States and Denmark
In the Journal:
Inovacijos; Inovatyvumas; Modernizavimas; Pokyčiai; Naujasis viešasis valdymas.
Innovation; Innovativeness; Modernization; Changes; Public governance.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje, naudojant teorinio modeliavimo, antrinės duomenų analizės ir lyginamosios analizės metodus, atskleidžiama viešojo valdymo inovatyvumo ir modernizavimo sąveika, lyginami skirtingų šalių taikomi praktiniai šių procesų elementai. Pasitelkiant antrinių duomenų analizę, fokusuotą į lyginamąją Baltijos šalių ir Danijos inovatyvumo rodiklių analizę, lyginamos skirtingų valstybių taikomos inovatyvumo plėtros strategijos ir vertinami inovatyvumo pokyčiai viešųjų organizacijų praktikoje. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe subject of the article is the core of modern public governance. Public sector and public governance modernization is the development of new public management forms by new public management in incremental evolution to new public governance. Public sector modernization analyses its several dimensions as a methodological construct and theoretical concept, with possibilities to identify and explain an holistic view of integration and modernization processes and dimensions. Adopting the innovation performance model has an important impact directly related with the identification and implementation of public sector modernization strategies. In a time of global financial and economic crisis, it is very important to analyse methodological problems of innovativeness in the modern stage of public governance using comparative method possibilities. Understanding the role of innovations in public governance transforming process in the modern state is the primary goal of public sector organizations management staff and leaders and increasingly requires creativity throughout state, private and nonprofit sector activity and a great deal of innovativeness in public sector governance directed at the primary long term period. The article focuses on analyzing rapid technological, economic and social innovation processes. The analysis and typology of innovations and its role in the modernization of public governance requires social, technological and intellectual creativity, stable politics administration power concentration, radical public administration reforms, the abilities of public sector managers and leaders to use strategic management, and new forms of preparing and implementing public policy to develop new kinds of public, private and third sector integration and create positive conditions for real public participation in the decision making and implementing process.The main purpose of the authors is to compare the development innovation process in the Baltic States and Denmark. The article helps to reveal that all Baltic States, Denmark and the average of all European Union Member States' public organizations are assigned to the current low level of innovativeness and the innovativeness is slightly developed. Most public organizations avoid introducing radical innovations or pioneering any new or significantly improved services in the public sector. The analysis also showed that organizations tend to not cooperate with other related organizations. The main barrier determining a low level of innovation in the public sector is identified as the lack of financial and human recourses. The analysis helps to reveal the main success factors for developing innovation: new ideas that emerge during the management processes, as well as ideas, knowledge and suggestions generated among staff and the public; efficiency and expediency in all public activities; and decisions based on rational strategies and movements. The main conclusion of the analysis shows that the level of innovativeness in the Baltic States comparative to that in Denmark is lower by approximately 2-4 times. The main reasons for such a situation are the lack of political attention to the development of innovative ideology and instilling innovative ideas in governance practice. Additional, the lack of stimulation, human and financial resources, resistance on the part of the organization and personnel staff total ignorant of the innovation implementing process also contribute to the lower levels of innovativeness. The analysis performed in this article gives reason to maintain that Lithuania and Estonia have symptoms of intense innovation development in public governance. However, despite all positive changes, trends in all Baltic States public governance remains at a low innovativeness level in the context of all European Union Member States. [...].

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