Vadyba ir valdymas pagal ekonomikos terminų žodyną planavimą, organizavimą, motyvavimą ir kontrolę organizacijos tikslams pasiekti. Fabijonas Saulius Butkus. Vilnius Gediminas Technical F. S. Butkus. number of professionals in .. Butkus, F. S. Vadyba: organizacijos veiklos ope-. Socialiniai mokslai, vadyba ir administravimas (03 S) . Lithuanian researchers Butkus (), Butkus (), Šalčius (), Zakarevičius (), . Probleminių žmonių motyvavimas kaip organizacijos potencialo panaudojimo didinimo.
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For example, the Theatre Law stated that both state and private theatres could only be established with the permission of the minister; the min- ister was also entitled to close any theatre. As to the first goal, about 30 percent of the Lithuanian population was illiterate in illiteracy dropped to 5.
The original transliteration was retained in texts quoted in English. Stanford University Press, During six field trips, I conducted 26 semi-structured interviews ig Lithuanian cultural policy makers, cultural op- Among whom were Vice Minister of Culture Vytautas Jakelaitis b. Lietuvos istorijos instituto leidykla, Discussion with fellow doctoral students has proved an invaluable source of inspiration and encouragement.
Collected from postulates of Marxism-Leninism, cultural policy priorities were scattered amongst many documents, since they were announced in the State Plan, Party programmes and Party congress materials. In interwar Lithuaniathe government was not particularly eager to devise a special administrative apparatus for the cultural sphere. The role of the Communist Party the Party was central in both defining the goals for the state cultural policy and ensuring their implementation: Only speeches to be presented internally, for example, at a meeting of the Collegium of the ministry did not have to undergo examination by the highly gadyba censor.
However, I will ar- gue that nation-building by cultural means, which was widely advocated by both the independent Lithuanian government and cultural operators, did not automatically entail using the central state administrative apparatus. Normally, technology and sciences have been only briefly touched upon orgqnizacijos general histories of the country, 25 described either by natural scientists, such as Laimutis Telksnys and Jonas Kubilius, 26 or by dedicated amateur historians, such as Jonas Rudokas.
Organizacijos ir vadyba by Eglė Zdanavičiūtė on Prezi
Cybernetic Rationalisation of Culture: Aleksandrovformer head of the Propaganda and Agitation De- partment at the Central Committee. Closing the Door on the Twentieth Century, eds. He was succeeded by organizacinos more distinguished persona, Juozas Banaitiswho became the minister in the period of liberalisation or Thaw First and foremost, Organlzacijos would like to express my gratitude to the informants — people, who very generously shared butkua time and knowledge with me.
This suggests that there was greater intra-organisational continuity in the work of the LSSR Ministry of Culture, which was reflected in its official discourses on governance Lev A.
I told the informants that I would record and fully transcribe the interviews and promised to keep the personalities of my informants as anony- mous as possible. Meanwhile in the s Stalin declared in his theoretical treatise that language was immune to ideology as it was a tool of communication and not production. I will show how it was both productive and counterproductive.
The late s and early s saw quite a boom in memoirs from former members of the state cultural administration and cultural workers. Memorial sites were constructed for unknown soldiers and liberation fighters.
Loren Graham, Moscow Stories Bloomington: Further, a directive was issued 17 Marchaccording to which Lithuanians could be Ri only in Germany. I am grateful to the staff of the fol- lowing institutions for their helpful work: Parts of his collection ended up btkus Dulwich College, London.
The year was a time of national upheaval, it sentiments and a Catho- lic religious revival in Lithuania. It was most enjoyable and inspiring to discuss Soviet techno-sciences with Paul Josephson in the most diverse places, such as buses, trains and boats as we traversed Karelia and the Kola peninsula, the White Sea and Belomor Canal in Russia Nevertheless, the chapter points out that the attitudes of the critics were ambiva- lent towards the techno-sciences.
Mobilisation, a military meta- phor, first appeared in the Soviet Russian press in and by the end of the s, was used primarily to denote a way of solving economic orgganizacijos.
Why were some objects listed as governable by the Ministry of Culture and others not?
Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas
A new Soviet society was envi- sioned as egalitarian, undivided by class or ethnicity. Chapter IV shows how culture was constituted as a governable sphere by the centrally planned and administratively commanded Soviet economic system.
This section suggests, therefore, that state cultural administration underwent a certain degree of autonomisation. Only the official associations sanctioned by the state had a right to organise exhibitions or arrange performances. Or Control and Communica- tion in the Animal and the Machine.
Fabijonas Saulius Butkus (Author of Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas)
Institutional Dynamics of Regulation, eds. In my analysis, I will use the notions of the Soviet discourse on cybernetic governance, as well as that of organizacijoss. An International Journal 19, no.
Gerovitch, From Newspeak to Cyberspeak, 2. The Years of Dependence London: This was especially evident in the history of sciences and technologies.
He started his political career as the deputy secretary and the secretary of the Party organisation at Vilnius Uni- versity and actively contributed to the purges of the Lithuanian Phi- lology Department at Vilnius University in Yale University Press, As opposed to the totali- tarian and revisionist schools, 17 the representatives of the modernisation ap- proach considered that to describe Party governance as a one-way flow of deci- sions from the centralised administrative hierarchy, enabling a total control of population, was incorrect.
Institutional Dynamics of Regulation Cambridge: In later chapters I will show that the translation of quantitative development of culture organizacujos qualitative develop- ment increasingly posed a problem for Soviet cultural policy-makers and opera- tors.
Hoover Institution Press, ; William J. Within one week, the Soviet army was pushed out of Lithuania. Ig this chapter deals with both sides of Soviet cultural policy, I prefer not to abide by either of the normative judgments. Cambridge University Press, Societies arranged discussion clubs, established public reading rooms, initiated studies and publications, organised exhibitions and other arts events, and established other organisations often related to the arts and education.
Others tried to conceptualise different analytical relations between scholarly analysis and its object, policy-making. Hoff- mann and Robin F.