Leadership In Public Administration In Romania In Comparison With Leadership In Public Administration Of Other Countries
AbstractThis paper aims at analyzing the emergence and development of leadership in public administration in Romania, compared to leadership within the public administration in other countries: UK, USA, Norway, New Zealand, etc.It is known that between public administration and government of Romania in other countries there are many differences, related to the way it is perceived by the public sector and the concept of leadership is not entirely new in the public sector. But over time, more attention was paid to it in the private sector. Thus, in Romania, in the public sector leadership development has been addressed only rarely and briefly. Currently, Romania is unable to mobilize a large number of leaders because has started gradual reform so the image or reputation of the organization, organizational culture must be assessed and controlled, should be directed towards achieving goals. And all this, because leadership is based on knowledge and skills essential to help public institutions, providing premises for an efficient administration, which significantly contribute to community welfare. On the other hand, countries such as Australia, Germany, Iceland, New Zealand. Norway, Britain and the U.S. have devoted considerable attention to this subject in recent years, broad context that triggered the renewal of strategic planning processes for civil service leadership, new institutions were established to identify future leaders within the administrative sector and for their professional development, have started programs to supplement current development and management development programs in public leadership.In Romania, the future government leaders must first be identified, so public institutions should consider the leadership skills and recruit future leaders from among university graduates in the field.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Fundația Română pentru Inteligența Afacerii, Editorial Department in its journal CrossCultural Management Journal.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 26 (November)
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