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ORGANISATIONAL ANALYSIS: THE ENVIRONMENTAL GUARD FROM ROMANIA - GETTING READY FOR CHANGE

Silvia Branea

Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 3, 571-588

Abstract: Researchers in the sociology of organizations are increasingly attracted in recent years, the subfield of organizational change, the speed with which new types of organizations appear and the speed with which the change or even disappear, justifying the increased interest. The present study includes a theoretical approach on the organizational change issues and an analysis on some semi structured interviews with Environmental Guard (Garda de Mediu) managers. æ ŸInterrogationæ and the interpretation of the intervieweesÂ’ speeches will be made in terms of their attitude towards the changes made in their organization, alongside with Romania joining the European Union. In this analysis a part of the data collected through research undertaken in the CNCSIS 707 Grant “The public construction of Europeanization. Institutional practices and adjustment to European norms”. The research and scientific diagnoses dedicated to the organizational development processes reveals special emphasis to be placed on issues like change agents, internal and external factors of change, new change models – Learning Organization. The analysis of the intervieweesÂ’ speeches (two deputy chief commissioners and three managers) show the importance of creativity in the adaptation process of Romanian institutions to the European regulations as well as acquisition of some procedures which led to obtaining good results in managing environmental issues by other member states in the European Union. Also worth mentioning are the concerns towards the local aspects of the environmental field but also to the necessity of connecting change objectives with financial and human resources.

Keywords: Organizational change; Internal and external factors; European (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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