Shaping the Attitudes of Innovative, Creative and Entrepreneurial Officials State Self-Government Institutions of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia in Management Public Organizations

Seweryn Cichon, Dominik Kabus, Ireneusz Miciula, Katarzyna Kazojc
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIV, Issue 4B, 410-420, 2021
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/2665


Purpose: The aim of the article is to investigate whether the driving force in the management of public organizations are the attitudes of officials on the example of local government institutions in Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Approach/Methodology/Design: The research problem is to establish the importance of professional development in shaping innovative, creative and entrepreneurial attitudes of state officials in local government institutions. A research hypothesis was put forward and verified, innovative, creative and entrepreneurial attitudes of state officials determine a high assessment of a state official by the organization's authorities. Findings: Organizational development should be seen as a continuous, continuous learning process in various areas of its management, in which government officials are the most important link in the functioning of local government institutions. They are fundamentally influenced by their mission, vision and goals. Practical Implications: The practical implications of the article are the developed principles and recommendations for innovative and entrepreneurial attitudes of public officials, which translates directly into improving the management of public organizations. Originality/Value: Originality indicates the use of non-implemented analysis results in three countries. For the empirical part, the basis was the primary materials in the form of surveys conducted among government officials of selected self-government institutions of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

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