Browsing: performance management
Introduction. In the public administration and public management literature, a large number of studies make references to private organizations and private management in order to establish whether there are differences between public and private sector managers. There are not so many studies relatedto leadership differences between public and private organizations. In particular, the public leadership adopted by the public managers is presented in related literature as public managerial abilities and skills.
Aim of the study. The aim of this article is to make a comparing between the private and public leadership. We analyze (1) whether there are differences between public and private sector leadership based on some variables related to job complexity of a manager (including the managerial behaviour, job autonomy, and job clarity), decision-making vs policymaking process and the stakeholders vs political influence, and (2) to assess the degree of their effects on the managerial competences and performance management. Our study is conducted from the Romanian perspective on public organizations. As the methodology used, in order to identify the perception on political influence in Romanian public administration we conducted a survey among civil servants at central and local level. Our research is based on the empirical analysis of the relevant literature in public administration, leadership and organizational performance.
Keywords: leadership, managerial competences, performance management, public administration, private organizations.
JEL Classification: L3, L33
Introduction. The process of explaining the political factors will never be able to replace the realities and that is the reason why we propose to have, on an European level, an analysis of the way in which the economic discrepancies deepen the educational ones thus creating a spiral of disparities within all areas. It is obvious that we cannot only conclude that certain policies have been bankrupt, but to seek and find solutions for the future. The demographic deficit in the Eastern European countries has created even bigger problems in the educational field favouring the emergence of some problems in pension systems also, but in the systems of distributing the revenues as well.
Aim of the study. In this article we intend to do a review of the main issues faced by the higher education in Eastern Europe, the causes which generate these problems, but also the economic, social, political and cultural effects on the level of those countries, but also on international level.
Keywords: flow of human resources, selection, business environment, motivation, personal, performance management, discrepancy.
Performance evaluation of employees in private enterprises in the Municipality of Vushtrri, Kosovo
Introduction. Nowadays, enterprises face major economic issues and in order to elliminate these, they intend the best use of their financial assets. Among the most crucial assets impacting significantly the enterprise performance are human resources – the performance evaluation. Throughout this research, we have aimed to highlight their findings and the areas of study of which they have focused on. Given that managers – leaders evaluate the performance of their employees, make annual analyses on their staff and on how they feel at the workplace, by assessing the performance of all employees, we have collected data from them and analyzed it statistically.
Aim of the study. Throughout the study we will be able to see not only the current practices used in evaluating the performance in an enterprise but also the involvement of development and perception of the managers – leaders regarding the assessment of the performance based on the analysis of a concrete study backed up by questionnaires completed by the managers – leaders themselves. The work aims to explain the practices performance evaluation. Finally, it was necessary that, before presenting the results, to face the thought we encountered during our work and the effect the latter have had on the results. The last part of this material contains the conclusions coupled with the recommendations, the part where we had the possibility to share our thoughts regarding the results gained from the study.
Keywords: Human resource management, performance management, staff performance evaluation, enterprise, manager, analysis, case study