System Analysis and Juridical Confines of the Strategic Management of the Autonomy Institutions

Malvina Arimavičiūtė


There is proposed conception of strategic management system in autonomy institutions and there is shown its unique in this article. Also there are analyzed linear confines of strategic planning methodologies and there are fixed actions which influence creation process of strategic management in the municipalities. There are validated importance of rational planning and integration importance of enactment ways of political decisions in the municipalities. With reference to information of sociological poll there is ascertained that system of strategic management is not versatile, particularly in a point of customer groups. Besides, the results of strategic management system are always satisfactory. There is shown in the article that bureaucracy, dissatisfaction of direction and other personnel by the requirements of strategic management, inflexibility of strategic management process and problems of advance evaluation mostly reduces the efficiency of strategic management in autonomy institutions. System of strategic management improves communications, motivates personnel to study and improves coordination of actions in the municipalities. With reference to the facts of research there is made conclusion that the capability of management and planning are imperfect in municipality, also it is not adequate quality of qualification class and training programs of strategic management, and also conclusion of contract with qualified specialists not always stands up. Facts, which are supplied in the article, show that municipalities mostly pursue in environment of programs and health service field, organization of public works and inducement of places of work creation field and also making conditions to expand the business field. Urban expansion, care of urban facility objects and modernism of them are the fields, which requires at least strategic stimulate the institutions to attract the investments.


methodics; strategic planning methods; models

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