English, Article edition: Managerial Redesign Model for Public Institutions Ion VERBONCU; Ion Dan COJOCARU; Eduard CIOCANESCU; ...

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  • Managerial Redesign Model for Public Institutions
Author
  • Ion VERBONCU
  • Ion Dan COJOCARU
  • Eduard CIOCANESCU
  • Denis GOGARNOIU
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  • article
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  • It is impossible to ensure a high level functionality of Romanian economy and society without revigorating public organizations, which are the real service suppliers for citizens, local communities and the other types of organizations. The basic condition for such an adjustment is represented by the modernization of their management, a complex approach, strategic and difficult at the same time, if we considered the constructive features and especially the functional ones, irrespective of the chosen method – from promoting strategic management to managerial redesign, from procedure of managerial organization to the professionalization of managers and management – the result should be reflected in the shaping of a performance management, capable of assimilating the Community acquis, the good practices of some similar public institutions and capable of influencing the environmental, national and international behaviour. Focusing managerial modernization on people – managers and executors – on processes, structures, managerial tools, information, knowledge and decisions /​ actions, facilitates the acquirement of managerial and implicitly economic performances.
  • procedure of managerial organization; managerial redesign; objectives; managerial tools; managerial performances.
  • RePEc:rom:rmcimn:v:10:y:2009:i:2:p:207-217
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