Model of the mechanism of crisis management in the administrative-territorial entities

  • I. V. Yarova Ukrainian academy of customs Address: 8, Rohalov Str., Dnipropetrovsk, 49044
  • Y. P. Sharov Dnipropetrovsk regional institute of public administration of National academy for public administration under the President of Ukraine Address: 29, Gogol Str., Dnipropetrovsk, 49044
Keywords: the crisis-mechanism for administrative-territory unit, crisis-management, the system for strategy realization management, diagnostic and identification of the crisis-threats

Abstract

The model of the crisis-mechanism for administrative-territory unit is descript including aim-setting, projects of the risk-oriented strategy formation, the structure institutionalization of the crisis-assignment, crisis-management during strategy realization, diagnostic and identification of the crisis-threats. The approach to management for the system of the strategy realization based on the crisis-group creation, which exist on dual virtual-real status. The approach delivers such differs: accented proactive management; integration of the strategic and crisis functions without the special institution creation; the matrix structure integrates the functional and aimed activity; adaptively opportunities; stimulate of the project management implementation; opportunities to create the inter-organizational crisis-cell under crisis-threat.

Author Biographies

I. V. Yarova, Ukrainian academy of customs Address: 8, Rohalov Str., Dnipropetrovsk, 49044
postgraduate
Y. P. Sharov, Dnipropetrovsk regional institute of public administration of National academy for public administration under the President of Ukraine Address: 29, Gogol Str., Dnipropetrovsk, 49044
doctor of public administration, Full Prof.
Published
2014-10-24
How to Cite
Yarova, I. V., & Sharov, Y. P. (2014). Model of the mechanism of crisis management in the administrative-territorial entities. Public Administration Aspects, 2(8), 76-83. https://doi.org/10.15421/151459
Section
Mechanisms of public management