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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Restrictions imposed on public gatherings and the right of association lasted until Aleksandrovformer head of the Propaganda and Agitation De- partment at the Central Committee. It suggests that this creation started neither with the collapse of the Soviet Union innor with the Soviet occupation of Lithuania in Thus, I will show how conflict, incoherence and tension formed important parts of the very work of a butkuus techno-scientific discourse on the governance of culture.
At the moment of writing only one heavily fictionalised account had been pub- lished in Russian. The answer would require a separate study. Hughes, Systems, Experts, and Computers. Indeed, before the commercial rise of Riga, Vilnius 9 was the third largest city in the Russian Empire and home to the oldest univer- sity in the area.
Hayden White, The Content of the Form: The literature is abundant, but for an early account see Andrew L. At the time of writing, there is no single professional historian or sociologist of science and technology in Lithuanian academic institutes.
Nevertheless, it experienced further changes during de- Stalinisation postmany of which were butkue with a scientific- technological leap after World War II. For example, Otto Mayr and Stuart Bennett, meticulously trace the history of feedback control in engineering, locating its origins in pre- vious centuries. Clearly, within the context of neo- classicist architecture, the Baublys made a statement about local Lithuanian identity.
For a good discussion of the history of a list-making and its analytical consequences for organising, see Geoffrey C. Vxdyba the Btkus occupation intro- duced the Soviet model of cultural policy into Lithuania, many of the interwar cultural organisations and creative unions were subverted for the purposes of Soviet administration. Knopf,xii, cf Frederic J.
Light, From Warfare to Welfare: The fact that the main re- sponsibility was within society was often articulated: While for example, in some periodicals were published in Lithuania, the number organizaciuos during the Soviet regime, when it id to The work of museums was highly regulated. I fo- cus on a republic ministry and not an all-union one notably, there was no sepa- rate Russian Ministry of Culture, Russia being administered directly by the all- union ministry. Instead, they either concerned the largest organisational sectors or were added in relation to the prioritised economic strategy that prevailed at the time.
I would also vadyna to thank to Mireille Key for correcting my English. Du Gay argued that this notion of governance typical of neo- liberalism combined both the elements of bureaucracy and action-at-a-distance enabled by net- works. They sought to unite inter- ested individuals who wanted to develop their private interests but also to en- gage in public action. 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 lr have won- dered whether the works of Western historians of Soviet science had any impact on Soviet scientists. It was often the case that the head of a library would be replaced with a nearly illiterate communist.
It appears that his function was to ensure the establishment of orgwnizacijos institution: This implied that should losses incur, they would be compensated from governmen- tal or municipal budgets.
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. Hence, when it comes to governing human beings, to govern is to pre- suppose the freedom of the governed.
Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas by Fabijonas Saulius Butkus
Located within the rather open field of culture studies, 8 the dissertation is based on interdisciplinary re- 6 On Soviet Taylorism and particularly Aleksei Gastev see Beissinger. Interestingly, this devolution of state administration stimulated butus self- organisation. Indeed, by the end of the first decade of Soviet cultural policy in Lithuania, the policy was criticised because it was centred around libraries and disregarded the need to re-open the main museums.
Vayba the Preconditions for the Scientific Governance of Culture The primary reason for this focus is to contribute to Lithuanian and in general Baltic scholarship by casting light on a field and period which remains to be systematically explored.
Thus, the model of Soviet cultural policy combined important features of European modernity. My undergraduate education in art history at the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts also put me somewhat outside of the immediate world of academic intrigues in the natural sciences; however, I was also consid- ered an insider this was reinforced by my postgraduate studies in Moscow.
Darbas. Vadyba. Gyvenimas
The Soviet gov- ernment was arguably perceived as illegitimate by the majority of the Lithua- nian population, especially its intelligentsia. Nearly all of its Jewish population was exterminated, while many Lithuanians fled to the West or were deported. I am convinced that such a separation had a very political message because West- ern scholars were critical of the harsh control exerted by Soviet government officials on their scientists and engineers. Indeed, the two concepts are used rather synonymously, mentality as a way of thinking is inseparable from its materiali- sation in a discourse, organizations and practices.
During the early stages of my research, my initial idea was to explore the post-Soviet transformation of state cultural policy in the transition from authoritarian to liberal democratic policy in Lithuania.
Second, the Soviet government repressed collective memory institu- tions: The University of Michigan Press, Thus, I suggest that these rationalisations are the mani- festation of a broader Soviet mentality of governance of culture by calculation. Tatiana Mirskaia, Malvina v poiskakh svobody: I read these memoirs in search of their perceptions in relation to Moscow superiors and also in order to get a feel for how the authors — usually their contemporaries — made sense of Soviet political power.
In his speeches, Malenkov stated that this plan had been put into place while Stalin was still in power. After World War II, West- ern technology evolved towards sophisticated intelligent machinery, which de- manded the free flow of information and corresponding administrative struc- tures, all of which were expected to transform society by making individuals more egalitarian and mobile.
The plan indicators had to be fulfilled and, if possible, exceeded. An official letter was sent to Moscow, asking for a permission to register the museum, proposing an opening exhibition de- voted to Sholom Aleikhem, an acknowledged Jewish classic writer in the Soviet Union.
Cybernetic Rationalisation of Culture: A Short History Cambridge: Pantheon Books,