Management of Civil Service Professionalisation in the Knowledge-based Society. Legal and Institutional Framework
The paper approaches a topic of high actuality concerning the professionalisation of public management, process that could lead to setting up a corps of civil servants, substantiated on meritocratic criteria, political equidistance. In the context of knowledge-based society, the paper presents the organisational perspective and integrates New Public Management in the practice of the public organizations. The evolution from Weberian bureaucracy to New Public Management creates the matrix as basis for structuring in service training strategies of the civil servants as well as for the transfer of knowledge specified in those strategies. The context of the knowledge-based society provides the possibility to describe a structure of the training strategies adapted to the needs and ideals of the new society.
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- Matei, Ani & Matei, Lucica, 2007. "Meritocratic Aspects Concerning Performance Evaluation in the Public Sector - A Case Study for Romania," MPRA Paper 18940, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 10 Dec 2008.
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