Efficient Solution of Large Decision-Making Tasks in Public Administration
Efficient Solution of Large Decision-Making Tasks in Public Administration
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2018 - 2021


Principal Investigator: Martin Potůček


The project is implemented within the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic’s ETA programme supporting research, experimental development and innovation of applied social sciences and humanities.

Treatment of the tasks of strategic and cross-sectional character encounters a number of barriers in public administration. Accordingly, the Expert Committee on Pension Reform, led by the project researcher, has also only partly succeeded in meeting the government's assignment - to propose a broadly shared form of the continuation of this reform. One of the factors was a lack of experience of the involved actors with conducting the discourse thus conceived and with its projection into decision-making practice. Based on this as well as other experience of members of the research team and the follow-up applied research on real processes of communication of decision-making in the selected areas of public administration and public services, a set of relation-based and processual innovations of the methods of communication and treatment of the tasks will be proposed, tested in practice in the course of research, and finally presented.






Efficient Solution of Large Decision-Making Tasks in Public Administration



2018 - 2021


Principal Investigator: Martin Potůček


The project is implemented within the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic’s ETA programme supporting research, experimental development and innovation of applied social sciences and humanities.

Treatment of the tasks of strategic and cross-sectional character encounters a number of barriers in public administration. Accordingly, the Expert Committee on Pension Reform, led by the project researcher, has also only partly succeeded in meeting the government's assignment - to propose a broadly shared form of the continuation of this reform. One of the factors was a lack of experience of the involved actors with conducting the discourse thus conceived and with its projection into decision-making practice. Based on this as well as other experience of members of the research team and the follow-up applied research on real processes of communication of decision-making in the selected areas of public administration and public services, a set of relation-based and processual innovations of the methods of communication and treatment of the tasks will be proposed, tested in practice in the course of research, and finally presented.