Key features of organisational leadership in governmental executive bodies
This article analyses the problems of organizational leadership in executive bodies. The author considers leadership-based management on the basis of the reforming leadership concept and establishes the dependence of factors defining the category of leadership on the status characteristics of the agent ...
Lithuania's Lonely Leadership 2.0.
The article scrutinizes Lithuanian foreign policy within the framework of the regional leadership concept first introduced in the early 2000s. The reasons of failure of the first leadership attempt in 2004—2008 are analyzed, as are the reasons behind the revival of the concept in 2010 and onwards. While the overall economy seems to be ...
A situational approach to building social managerial expert systems
The article presents the author’s view on modelling an expert system through the implementation of one of social paradigms. Such categories as ‘governance’, ‘leadership’, and ‘leadership management’ are identified as indicators of management interactions. Each of the categories is operationalized and provided with a detailed description, which includes autonomous social resources supporting effective ...
The main indicators of social administra tive expert system
This article considers the empirical operationalization of basic indicators of social and administrative expert system. These indicators include management, leadership, and leading management. The authors analyze the dynamics of manifestations of these indicators. It is concluded that the modern process of organizational management evolves towards using management resources focusing on the social aspects ...
The military and political situation in the Baltic region in the late 20th/early 21st centuries: the prospects of ‘uneasy peace’
... examine the ideas and forecasts of international and Russian experts relating to the state and dynamics of military security in the region at the first stage of the Baltics’ membership in NATO. Another focus is on changes in the strategy of the NATO leadership for the Baltic region as a priority zone of potential warfare and, thus, for the presence of the alliance in the area. We stress that the steps taken by the NATO leadership prompted the Russian side to assign a special role in the country’s ...
Managerial competencies required: a comparative analysis of Moscow and the Kaliningrad region
... only of theoretical importance but are well adapted for practical purposes, particularly, for advanced training of managers and teaching related university disciplines.
Krivosheev, V. V., Makarov, S. N.
management, exclave region, administration, leadership, leadership management, managerial competency
The role of brand ecosystem in solving the tasks of hi-tech product marketing
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The historical aspects and current issues of the development of Russian-Lithuanian economic relations
... However, young Lithuanian Republic gravitated towards the West, severing ties with the Russian market. However, the initiatives of Lithuanian authorities did not result in successful state building, and the economic situation remained unchanged. The USSR leadership made an effort to improve the living conditions in post-war Lithuania. There were some mistakes made in the relations with the local population that resulted in Lithuanians’ resistance to sovietisation. However, in the conditions of post-war ...
Corporative personnel culture in entrepreneurship
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On the toponymic purism in North-East Prussia in the first half of the 20th century
This article analyses the large-scale renaming campaign held by the German leadership in the late 1930s in order to Germanise the Prussian territories of the state. It is concluded that the puristic activities of German National Socialists widely discussed in the modern scientific community were inconsistent.
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Research on the features of personnel training for service enterprises in the framework of cross-border cooperation
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The evolution of US political priorities in the Baltic sea region in the 2010s
... light the consequences of NATO and EU enlargement to the former Warsaw Treaty allies and the Baltic States. This article shows how the US, motivated by the need to ‘contain’ Russia, was developing its overall approaches to ensuring its political leadership in the Baltic region. It demonstrates how Washington is planning to reduce the vulnerability of certain nations of the region to Russia’s military and non-military influence and what steps the US and its NATO allies have taken in this direction....
Foreign lobbying as an instrument of defense cooperation between Poland and the United States
... region, and Europe as a whole. On the one hand, Poland intends to become a key partner of the US in ensuring European security. On the other hand, it has ambitions to take the leading position in the security area among the Baltic States. The Polish leadership sees an additional advantage in expanding military cooperation with the United States, regarding it as a jumping board to accelerating its economic and technological development. This article examines a mechanism underlying defence cooperation ...
One Belt - One Road Initiative: A Window of Opportunity for Russia’s Western Border Regions
In recent years, global geo-economic transformations have been considerably affected by the development of the People’s Republic of China, its reviving leadership and ambitions, and its increasing efforts to reformat and integrate the Eurasian space. The One Belt — One Road Initiative is a manifesto and a tool to advance China’s long-term geostrategic interests that spread to the bordering states ...
Workers’ settlements in the Kaliningrad region and their subsequent renaming in 1946—1947
... trace the Russianisation of German toponyms. The decision to establish workers’ settlements in the Kaliningrad region was discussed in September 1946 — July 1947. Local authorities sought to create more settlements of the kind. However, the RSFSR leadership insisted on the establishment of one resort settlement and four workers’ villages. Numerous toponyms were proposed, many of them were changed several times. The only geographic name that was approved immediately by the Government of the RSFSR ...
The model of development of organisational and managerial competence in bachelor students in linguistics
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The Baltics in the Geography of the Largest Transnational Corporations of Europe
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On the 20th anniversary of the Department of criminal procedure, criminology and legal Informatics of the I. Kant Baltic Federal University
... region, as well as cooperating with foreign colleagues from the universities of Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Germany, England, USA; cooperating with practical departments of the region; managing the Criminalistics Situology research group under the leadership of T. S. Volchetskaya; undergraduate research activity; keeping traditions of the academic department. The article concludes that the modern academic department should be the center of training for researchers, academic and pedagogical ...
The role of customer loyalty programmes in the modern market
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Elitist reasons behind the German revolution of November 1918
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Kant and the Constitution of Russian Federation
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The alignment of stakeholders’ interests in interfirm networking
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Human Resources of Post-war Lithuania and Their Role in the Rebuilding of Klaipeda
... hardly any attention was paid to the training of workers for industrial-scale production and construction. Then, a considerable decrease in population during the war aggravated the already substantial labour shortage. The attempts of the republic’s leadership to solve the problems of labour shortage through organised labour migration and labour mobilisation yielded no significant results. The appeals to the Centre with the request to send a substantial number of specialists and workers to Lithuania ...
Foreign nationals on the Boards of Directors of Russia’s Ten Largest Non-Financial Companies Investing Overseas
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