Transformations of Organizational Culture in the Public Sector
Nowadays, Chinese society is marching into modernization in a pluralistic way, and China's reform and opening up has entered into a more profound and cultural level. So how the public sector to keep up with this pace is a question people pondering. With the rapid development of modern society and corresponding adjustments of the political and economic structure, the public sector is lying in a flux and reflux environment. The organizational system bureaucratic, closed and conformist can not cope with the rapidly changing external environment, then only emphasizing an open organization personality, innovation, circulation and interaction can a strong coordination and resourceful ability possess. The progress of high technology and the acceleration of knowledge update frequency not only has exacerbated the complexity of public organization system, but also increased the demand for creative talent. Therefore whether there is personalized and competent working personnel have become the basic conditions of public organizations to respond to challenges of the current period, thus requiring the public sector pay close attention to the growth of "complete" ,"personalized" and "independent" persons, and encouraging staff member mature autonomously. The human resource management of modern public sector has also proposed the concept of "conscious management" and "career development "and so on, in order to stimulate workers to achieve self-worth via their professional career, thereby to gain feeling of self-satisfaction. Through properly handling with relationships between formal organizations and "informal organizations", along with the institutionalized managements, we will do realize emotional managements, and finally by human managements to maximize organizational effectiveness.
Key words: Public sector; Organizational culture; People-oriented management
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