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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Reforming Management Activities To Improve The Efficiency And Effectiveness Of Public Administration

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AUTHOR(S)

Oleh Omelchuk, Victoriia Koltun, Oleksandr Deineha, Mykola Popov, Oleksandra Korchynska, Oksana Trusii

 

KEYWORDS

Control, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Execution, Management Activities, Organization, Planning, Public Administration.

 

ABSTRACT

The article considers the issues of reforming managerial activities to adapt them and increase the effectiveness of public administration institutions. The factors and parameters affecting the overall efficiency of management activities in the field of public administration are considered. A reforming technique based on a program-targeted approach to the management system is proposed. The general characteristic is given, and the methodology of the approach to the formation of such a system of managerial activity is described. The mechanism of determining the effectiveness and efficiency of targeted programs implemented using the described technique is described. The data are indicated, and the parameters of the theoretical and practical experiment using the detailed methodology are described within the framework of a separate municipality, taking into account the local characteristics of public administration institutions.

 

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