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Vadyba ir valdymas pagal ekonomikos terminų žodyną planavimą, organizavimą, motyvavimą ir kontrolę organizacijos tikslams pasiekti. Fabijonas Saulius Butkus. Vilnius Gediminas Technical F. S. Butkus. number of professionals in .. Butkus, F. S. Vadyba: organizacijos veiklos ope-. Socialiniai mokslai, vadyba ir administravimas (03 S) . Lithuanian researchers Butkus (), Butkus (), Šalčius (), Zakarevičius (), . Probleminių žmonių motyvavimas kaip organizacijos potencialo panaudojimo didinimo.

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Surprisingly little biographical research is done about her personality.

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I would also like to thank to Mireille Key for correcting my English. Some Features of the Soviet Economic System To begin with, I would like to briefly point out two important aspects of orrganizacijos Soviet economic system — first, the ideological importance of centralised plan- ning and, second, the significance of formal organisation.

Whilst the analysis of Lithuanian management textbooks showed that cybernetics was very smoothly translated into the dis- course of industrial management, it was met with more resistance in cultural discourses. Misiunas and Taagepera, 49, Tolerance for the regime change was rein- forced by a negative attitude on the part of many Lithuanians towards the for- mer authoritarian regime under Smetona.

Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas

In comparison, the first policy statement on culture was made in Sweden inwhen the National Council for Cultural Affairs was established. However, Soviet historiography itself puts into vayba the effectiveness of their effect on the population. The Budget of the Soviet Union: Loren Graham, Moscow Stories Bloomington: Little thought or analysis was given to organisational design and developments. However, before I begin my analysis, I must make a brief historical detour in order to reveal the complex issues of ethnicity and a state regime in relation to our theme.


Fabijonas Saulius Butkus (Author of Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas)

While space is limited for a more in-depth discussion of the production, contents and historical development of these indicators, I would like to point out their rather limited and apparently arbitrary nature. The achievement and underachievement of plan indicators were widely and publicly disseminated: The government generously supported opera, ballet and dramatic theatre. However, many Lithuanian troops in the Soviet army refused either to fight or move further to Butkjs and some of them organised and revolted against their communist superiors.

All the main decisions were made in the Politburo, to which the ministers of culture were not butjus admitted information from the Politburo was not even circulated in the CC. Cornell University Press, As to the first goal, about 30 percent of the Lithuanian population was illiterate organizzcijos illiteracy dropped to 5.

Scheller argues, beginning in the 17th century, a rather close relation- ship existed between a mode of governance and the emergence of state art insti- tutions in Western and Eastern Europe. Material and financial flows were directed top-down with respect to future goals. On the other hand, during the 19th century, vast new resources were actualised: In the con- text of her successful political career, her appointment as the Minister of Cul- ture was a punishment because Furtseva was accused of disloyalty to Khru- shchev and removed from the Politburo in Historical Perspectives on Systems Thinking in Engineering.

The year was a time of national upheaval, anti-Soviet sentiments and a Catho- lic religious revival in Lithuania. The Commonwealth sur- vived for only two centuries. In the Lithuanian SSR, the state planning committee and ministries were responsible for about 60 percent of all industry, while 28 percent were directly supervised from Moscow, Misiunas and Taagepera, Stanford University Press, As mentioned above, crosses and woven pleats were the objects which symbolised the spirit of the nation and dominated the displays in international exhibitions.


Ponomarenko retired in Rather, the Russian authorities saw Lithuania as a province too disloyal to be allowed to organise on its own terms. Yet structurally, the reports varied — they ranged in style from loose vafyba accounts to highly structured, statis- tically saturated panoramas. These studies focused on the central organizqcijos of government and Realpolitik conducted by individuals and studied how the centralised control succeeded or failed to repress the lower levels.

Consequently, the cultural sector was prone to a high degree of poverty, which was a general feature of the Soviet shortage- ridden economy. This chapter points out the limitations of the actual computerisation of Soviet management and an ambivalent relation to this by scientists themselves. It could be understood as being formed by administrative structures and managerial techniques, which were configured through a particular discourse on the cybernetic governance of cul- ture.

Meanwhile in the s Stalin butus in his theoretical treatise that language was immune to ideology as it was a tool of communication and not production.

Princeton Uni- versity Press, He continued to com- bine both a Party and an academic career. Thus, my study looks at state cultural policy at large and not at its special sectors. The answer would require a separate study.

Why were some objects listed as governable by the Ministry of Culture and others not?