Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Public Strategic Management in Ukraine: Innovative Approaches to Ensuring

Author(s): Tetiana Syvak, Liliia Makarenko, Olha Berdanova, Vladyslava Iyzefovych, Olena Rachynska, Olena Antonova, Anna Maksymova

 The article analyzes the state of functioning of public strategic management in Ukraine and identifies the main needs that hinder its development. It is stated that the need to improve the stages of forecasting and implementation is the most priority within the fundamental cycle of strategic management at the state level. The expediency of introducing a systematic approach to strategic long-term planning (up to 30 years) through the use of Foresight is substantiated. It will allow developing a vision of the future of Ukraine using a scientific methodology of forecasting and foresight. The vision should become the main document of the system of public strategic management. The strategy of development of the state should be developed on its basis. Strategic communications are grounded through the prism of a public strategic management process, focused on the result, i.e., achieving public policy goals.

The conceptual model of public strategic management, presented in the form of three key cycles of management process (planning, implementation and monitoring), is proposed. It is substantiated that such an approach to improving strategic management at the state level will create a managerial resonance (effect) in achieving public policy goals, which arises under the conditions of a common vision of the final state of the projected object, ways to achieve it and the expected result in all subjects of public administration as well as which is the result of coordination and synchronization of their actions.

The directions of increase of institutional capacity of public administration subjects in the course of realization of strategies, programs, plans and projects are offered, in particular: increasing the competence of civil servants in the development and implementation of public policy goals, use of modern forms and methods of subject-subject strategic interaction, development of management culture as well as resource, technical, legal and methodological support of public administration authorities.

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