Inventions and the radical innovations based on them are to a lesser extent the result of targeted, program-oriented efforts. They are created by conducting fundamental and targeted research, by establishing and maintaining a specific organizational and managerial climate. At the end of the twentieth century began a massive, purposeful combination and combination of different fields… Continue reading Inventions and radical innovations
Innovation is a product of scientific and technological progress. There is a large number of innovations that have been created based on great scientific discoveries. The integration of science, technology, and production is a prerequisite for the emergence and implementation of innovations. Such unification became possible in the nineteenth century. Before that, science did not… Continue reading Discovery and invention
The methodology for the systematic description of innovations in a market economy is based on international standards. A Group of National Experts on Science and Technology has been set up within the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development to coordinate the collection, processing, and analysis of information on science and innovation.
The innovative activity of the economy has become a central socio-economic process of industrialized countries. Changes in the factors of production are expressed in the increase of the informational, intellectual, and innovative components. Innovation management is functional management, the object of which is innovation processes in all areas of the economy. Innovation goals are part… Continue reading What is innovation management?
The last decades of the 20th century, especially in the 90s, finally established scientific and technological progress as the most important factor for economic development, the basis for the competitiveness of organizations, industries, national economies.
Public pressure for changes in public sector management is growing. On the one hand, there are business organizations that want clear rules for business, less bureaucracy, and more limited management intervention. On the other hand, some citizens claim the higher quality of public services. Under these conditions, the state needs not only to manage the… Continue reading Pressure for changes in public sector management
Today, the new management of the public sector is not just a set of ideas and political intentions for change. He has become widely involved in the practice of some countries, using many of his approaches and techniques. The results of their application are particularly important. They test hypotheses about the effectiveness of privatization and… Continue reading A critical look at the new management
We will now give a clear and concrete example of effective governance. The Japanese miracle in economics is incomprehensible to many people. The book “Personnel Management” provides an answer to those who want to learn more about the Land of the Rising Sun and its economic leap. It proves the claim that effective management depends… Continue reading The effectiveness of management in Japan
In recent years, we have witnessed unprecedented scientific and technological developments, facilitating access to information and, in essence, increasingly outlining the characteristics of an information civilization.
In management, the most important measure of management is called the effectiveness of management, and it includes: Implementation – or how successfully the plans set by the manager are taken seriously by the staff and members of the organization; the effectiveness of management depends mainly on how the members of the organization will influence. Leadership… Continue reading Effective Management in Examples