Tallin 04.-05.02.2010 Katri Vintiša Riga Latvia

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Tallin, 04.-05.02.2010.

Katri Vintiša

Riga, Latvia


Educational background:

Bachelor of psychology, master of public

administration

1st year doctoral studies at University of Latvia

management sciences

Professional background:

10 years (1997-2007) in public administration of

Latvia - civil service HRM development

2 years (2007-2009) of management consultancy

(Fontes Latvia,ltd), mainly government and

municipal institutions

Since 15 June 2009 - CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, ltd

– creative technologies of resource management -

the owner and member of the board


The fact:

Human capital is being depreciated

The opportunities:

Past experiences demonstrate the opportunities of

crisis to enhance innovation performance

Anti-crisis policy measures can provide built-in

incentives to innovate

The crisis presents an opportunity to scale up

investments in people, e.g.

investment in educational infrastructure

reforming education and training policies

...(you name it☺)


To consolidate experiences and lessons

learned, focusing on the challenges and

their impact on human resource situation in

future

To identify main trends and approaches to

public sector human resource management

(HRM)

To produce recommendations for the future

developments


The research will concentrate on

the activities done or planned in the field of

human resource management of public

sector (priority is on-going initiatives)

the reasons for carrying them out

the possible consequences in short, middle

and long-term


Azerbaijan

Bosnia &

Herzegovina

Estonia

FYR Macedonia

Hungary

Latvia

Lithuania

Moldova

Serbia

Ukraine

Ireland?

Island?


10+3Q questionnaire

Debriefing discussion with country

representatives

Analysis of

submitted HRM policy documents

relevant suggestions from the management

theory

developments in the business sector, initiated by

the crisis


Timeframe

On-going reforms with limited possibility to

predict the success


No. Activity Due date

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

The participants of the workshop present country cases

accordingly the given template and discuss the final outlines of

the research methodology.

The researcher prepares and distributes the final version of

the research methodology.

The country representatives finalize country contributions

accordingly the questionnaire and e-mail them to the

researcher.

The researcher prepares the first draft of the comparative

research.

The researcher submits the final draft of the comparative

research.

04-05/02/2010

12/02/2010

19/02/2010

01/03/2010

15/03/2010


Information and data collected on the

type, nature and scale of activities done by

countries in the field of public sector HRM

Comparative analysis of the collected

information

Conclusions and lessons drawn

Presentation of the conclusions of the

comparative research


Purpose:

to collect information on what actions

countries have taken in the situation of crisis

to predict what can we expect as a

consequence

to provoke innovative and open-minded

approach in dealing with challenges of the

economic downturn


Structure:

10 compulsory questions on actions

done/planned in the public sector HRM

3 optional questions on possible impact of

the crisis


Rahm Emanuel,

President Obama’s Chief of Staff

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