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Title: Development of Human Resources System for Improvement of Public Administration in Central and Eastern European Countries
Authors: Chlivickas, Eugenijus
Keywords: human resources
civil servants
public administration
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas
Citation: Chlivickas, E. 2010. Development of human resources system for improvement of public administration in Central and Eastern European countries, in The 6th International Conference “Business and Management 2010”: Selected papers, Vol. 1. Ed. by R. Ginevičius, A. V. Rutkauskas, R. Počs, May 13–14, 2010, Vilnius, Lithuania. Vilnius: Technika, 361–369. doi:10.3846/bm.2010.049
Abstract: The beginning of the century brought plenty of reforms, changes and novelties into the sphere of public administration. Seeking to solve complicated problems of the country main attention is focused on the increase of the effectiveness and usefulness of the state structures, the stability of the machinery of state, as well the improvement of professionalism and responsibility. At the moment there is some discrepancy between the long-term priorities of state development and methods of their implementation, on the one hand, and means of development of human resources, on the other hand. In order to create efficient public service and to successfully pursue public administration reform it is necessary to systematically improve human resource system, because that would guarantee success in pursuing objectives and priorities in state management.
URI: http://dspace1.vgtu.lt/handle/1/559
ISSN: 2029-4441
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