Foreign practice of introducing conventional communicative strategy in the implementation of the functions of government


  • I. P. Zarytska Odessa regional institute of public administration of the National academy of public administration under the President of Ukraine Address: 22, Genoa Str., Odessa, 65009
Keywords: public administration, the functions of state administration, conventional communicative strategy, communication

Abstract

This article describes the role of conventional communicative strategy from the standpoint of foreign practice. Depending on scientific approaches to communications, business and management strategies based conventional communicative strategy implementation functions of government. It has certain methodological features and differences in different countries: UK, Germany, Australia, USA, Spain, Holland, Finland, New Zealand. Generalization showed that each state produces its conventional communicative strategy depending on the overall state objectives. However joint is considered important not only communication, but also the ability to communicate effectively, understand how to implement the vision of an opinion on relations between the state and society. Purpose conventional communicative strategy determined by the impact on the optimization of the authorities at the national and regional level, the processes of globalization, the experience of other states, its implementation in practical activities as well as their lack of predictive scenarios of the process of optimizing the functions of government. Demonstrated the appropriateness of existing methodologies to use in domestic practice of public administration.

Author Biography

I. P. Zarytska, Odessa regional institute of public administration of the National academy of public administration under the President of Ukraine Address: 22, Genoa Str., Odessa, 65009
postgraduate
Published
2014-10-24
How to Cite
Zarytska, I. (2014). Foreign practice of introducing conventional communicative strategy in the implementation of the functions of government. Public Administration Aspects, 2(8), 42-48. https://doi.org/10.15421/151454
Section
Mechanisms of public management