Author: Luminița Roşca

Introduction. The main hypothesis of the experiment is that the pressure of the public and academic discourse generates an organizational context in the public institutions [PI] in Romania, which allows the strategies of participative management [PM] to be valued. In the same socio-discursive context, we find the assumption of the concepts of effective communication [EC] and emotional intelligence [EI], and also the components of the leadership participative management in [PI]. Another hypothesis is that a new system of values of the organizational culture is created when the participative management principles are applied; these values are assumed to the extent to which the leadership implements the [PM] strategies and all that it entails.

Aim of the study. The present study aims to emphasize the extent to which modern management principles are known and applied in the Romanian public institutions. We also aim to identify a system of values that set a pattern of the organizational culture in the system of public institutions. The investigation technique we used is the questionnaire and the method we chose is the sociological survey. According to the standards of research methodology and in order to obtain accurate results, we have pre-tested the research tools in conditions similar to those of the study itself. In this respect, the present study will test the validity of the questionnaire on a group of 41 subjects, master’s students in a specialized program at the University of Bucharest, with the purpose of undertaking the sociological survey. The pilot study conclusions will allow the methodological framework of the sociological survey to refine and adapt the models of international analysis to the actual Romanian context.
Keywords: effective communication, public discourse, emotional intelligence, participative management.

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