Public AdministrationPublic administration in a nation should be so effective for its people that
they should be comparing efficiency by saying, as good as government.
Traditionally, one of the powers of public administration was the clear-cut
hierarchal system developed by the state and practiced by the entire public
administrative system. Globalization challenges this type of traditional
practice because it changes the essential role of governance.
With the rise of
the latest and powerful rivals, the new global system is dependent on power
through brute force and more on persuasion power, due to the influx of
geographic regional rivals. Re-framing public administration into the
principles, principles and paradigms of changing globalization provides scholars
with relevance to government practices, especially in a country like ours.
used here, public administration denotes government activities, while 'public
administration' is often associated with Woodrow Wilson's famous 1887. With the
revolution of knowledge technology, globalization is dramatically changing human
behavior, the management of corporations and the governance of states much more
than the economic revolution. Changed agricultural society.
administration system appears to help some countries provide far more benefits
than others, although many social scientists believe that to help some countries
benefit much more than others International economic, trade and political
systems have played a more important role. Globalization and public
administration are reflected during a posh pattern of interdependence, which
cannot be easily untied, but the Earth Wide Web provides a transparent window
through which these linkages can be closely monitored. The Internet can also be
seen as a cause and consequence of globalization, and can be seen as an
interactive link to connect with an administrative phenomenon.1
When thinking of redesigning public administration in the context of
globalization, there is often confusion over the role of public administration.
From a domestic point of view, public administration is, among other things, the
means body during which nation-states perform their business. This definition
becomes more difficult, but together it begins to consider it from a more global
point of view.
This is because globalization has not only fundamentally changed
the way we see the world, but has also 1
influenced how governments interact with their citizens, also reflecting how
they work with other governments. We do. In order to present the challenges of
globalization, the government should become more innovative and proactive with
establishing cooperation with various business communities around the world.
Encroachments with the non-profit and personal sector should not slow down.
Rather, the progress that has been made requires more than that.
transnational and intercontinental relations with business, public
administration can be given the opportunity to supply practical leadership on
government processes, jargon and procedures. Today public administration is
generally regarded as having some responsibility for determining the policies
and programs of governments.2
Public Administration In The Changing Global Environment
Let's 1st understand some keywords for a better understanding of redesigning of
public administration in the changing global environment. Like Administration:-
Administration is thus concerned with proper organization of men and material to
accomplish the desired ends. It contains 'doing the work' or 'getting the work
done by others. The administration is an important task of human beings. It may
be called technology of social relationship. The administration is a universal
phenomenon and occurs in diverse institutional settings.
Public Administration is an aspect of the broader field of administration. It
exists in a political system for the achieved the goal and objective formulated
by the political decision-maker. Another way say governmental organization
because the adjective of 'public' in the word 'public administration' means
government's administration. so, lastly focus of the public administration is on
public bureaucracy, that is bureaucratic organization of the government.
This means that public administration is indeed interdisciplinary and
appreciates borrowing for disciplined etiquette rather than the previous
incarnation when it was attracted to a wide range of principles and remained
'incomparable'. Apart from the theoretically changed theoretical approach, the
focus of CPA has also undergone radical changes. Unlike the practices of the
past when bureaucracy remained the main focus of attention, public
administration in the present day is a multilateral one in which bureaucracy is
a governance system.
One of the major consequences of the Minnebroke
Conference III is that administrative reform is not a one-time event; It is a
continuous process, in which the role of the system is equally important and
important, keeping the public bureaucracy aside. In the absence of bureaucracy
in developing countries, more attention is given to 'reasons for reform' rather
than credited for the failure of reform.
The major issue emerging from the 200 Minnbrook Conference is a serious attempt to 2
capture the changing nature of public administration globally, when
cross-national experiences are considered important in reviving public
administration in its current form. The most powerful voice expressed at the
conference challenged efforts to clarify 3the diverse nature of public
administration through such theoretical models arising from the specific
socio-economic conditions of the United States.
Particular attention is required
to the context in which the Minabroc Conference III took place. The network is
the main driver in the emergence of societies, mainly due to the ability of
actors and organizations to communicate and work effectively in emerging
networks leveraging new information and communication technologies and examples
of new technologies.
It helps in economic production as well as public-policy-making and
implementation. The Minwainbrook Conference III emphasized the importance of
'government slack' or shi ally governance against bureaucratic delays. In an
interdependent world, collaborative governance refers to determining
institutionalization methods of coordination and decision-making processes that
operate in multi-organizational settings, like a network of state agencies.
key to making an efficient decision can be meaningful coordination between the
various institutions involved in decision making and implementation. This is a
significant impediment to the expansion of public administration as a 'solid
science', as Minneverbrook outlines Conference III.
Difficulties caused by lack
of synergy between government institutions/agencies, the conference introduced a
new concept of 'oper interoperability', an idea borrowed from engineering
science, which referred to the ability of different systems and organizations to
figure together Does.
It is about the process of working together taking into
account all possible social, political and organizational factors that affect
the outcome. In the wake of the revolution in information and communication
technology (ICT), enter administration is value addition in public
administration through 'connected [or networked] systems that facilitate better
decision making, better coordination of state programs and better services to
citizens. Does. And businesses'.
Following the emergence of information and communication technology, some
important factors are:
Democracy and civic participation:
- access to information to engage in activities of political action, such
as advocacy, debate and voting;
- Creation of new electronic forums for citizen engagement.
Transparency and trust: Accessing an integrated, holistic view of state resources and actions builds
transparency and enhances citizens' trust and loyalty to the government.
And civil and professional services:
- information about benefits and services available to citizens that they
would not otherwise know or are unable to obtain;
- Easy to use, accessible and geographically distributed citizen and
business services (multichannel access to payment services and application forms).
Management Government management and economic development:
- Internal, modernizing infrastructure to support the back-office process
of civil and business services and to provide information for financial
transparency and accountability;
- Improve government-wide coordination to respond to crises such as
natural disasters or public health problems; And
- Creating customer-friendly networks and providing more sustainable
markets such as alternative, fair trade.
Formation of long term strategy and policy of the government:
- Integrated databases and data warehouses provide information to support
policy planning and policy-making within the government;
- To promote the local, regional and national economy through improved
government functioning and enhanced reputation for new and innovative
services available to citizens and businesses.
This is not only a step towards serious civic investment, but also a guarantee
of a participatory democracy that strengthens the 'people's voice' and the
government's accountability by providing an opportunity to embed governance and
institutions at a high level of transparency Improve the . Accountability and
Thus, public administration has undergone changes in response to new voices
coming from contemporary socio-economic and political perspectives. The priority
of administration is to be accessible, transparent and accountable and where
citizens are consumers. A vibrant, healthy and informative business environment
helps spread globalization.
Entrepreneurs and business leaders are able to act more confidently when
entrepreneurs are less ambiguous and vague. In this vein, public administration
can ensure that the rapid spread of globalization is managed more effectively
and that it will be beneficial to a wider group of communities.
Steps to implement this include new initiatives such as skill development and
training, risk management of chains and networks, investment in logistics
systems and strengthening of enterprise clusters. In short, public
administration as an educational discipline has gone through various 4 stages of
its growth and development. The process of development reflects the changing
boundaries of the discipline in relation to constantly evolving social needs.5
- Mazilu, D., Dreptul comerţului internaţional,Bucureşti: Lumina Lex,
- Bibere, O., Uniunea Europeană �ntre real şi virtual, Bucureşti: All
Beck, 1999, p. 267;
- Mazilu, D., Dreptul comerţului internaţional,Bucureşti: Lumina Lex, 1999, p.3;
- Bibere, O., Uniunea Europeană �ntre real şi virtual, Bucureşti: All Beck,
1999, p. 267;