Administrația publică între specialiști și generaliști

Narcisa Gabriela BODEA, Simona Claudia CREŢA


In any organization, the demand for both specialists and generalists is unquestionable. Specialists are those who give technical details to generalists considered better decision-makers; the latter ones will know how to process specific information as they posses in knowledge various areas . In this article we present the preference of some countries for generalists or, by case, for specialist. Reforms, initiated during the last 2-3 decades, demonstrate that countries all over the world acknowledge the necessity of both categories. Still, our country needs to overcome its communist tradition, and following the overwhelming demand for generalist we assimilate this category to that of public managers and especially to that of specialist in Public Administration.  

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