The culture of modern public administration. The case of Greece
George M. Aspridis and
Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2021, issue 23, 142-155
The period stretching from 1974 till now has been characterized as the most stable period of the political and administrative history of Greece. However, the appropriate organizational culture which can contribute to the creation of a strategic vision for Greek public administration has not yet been shaped. Therefore, the public sector is not efficient and productive. On the contrary, bureaucratic pathogenies are particularly prevalent. These pathogenies have been rendered even more intense during the economic crisis and the recent pandemic. It is necessary that the modern culture of public administration be focused on effective cooperation, the satisfaction of both citizens and administrative executivesï¿½ expectations, respect for the individuality and development of public sector executives, the enhancement of public servicesï¿½ good reputation, assessment, communication and finally the implementation of the principles of ethics, integrity and legitimacy. The culture of a modern public administration should be based on the principles of new public management and electronic government. This article is based on the study of secondary sources, more specifically institutional texts, international and national organizationsï¿½ reports, studies, historical texts, as well as civil servantsï¿½ views. The conclusions are particularly significant and can spark off the change of the organizational culture in public administration.
Keywords: Civil Servant; Electronic Government; New Public Management; Organizational Culture; Public Administration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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