ARTYKUŁ ORYGINALNY
PARTNERSHIP ORGANIZATIONAL MECHANISM IN RURAL AREAS DEVELOPMENT: STAKEHOLDERS ANALYSIS
 
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ALEKSANDRAS STULGINSKIS UNIVERSITY
 
 
Data publikacji online: 31-03-2017
 
 
Data publikacji: 31-03-2017
 
 
NSZ 2017;12(1):71–88
 
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
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Proces rozwoju obszarów wiejskich staje się bardziej otwarty i złożony. Wpływ zainteresowanych stron jest coraz wyraźniejszy i przejrzysty w przypadku decyzji i działań podejmowanych na obszarach wiejskich. Sukces i skuteczność inicjatyw rozwojowych zapewniających cele interesariuszy, które muszą być powiązane z celami rozwojowymi organizacji wiejskich, są realizowane w partnerstwie. Mechanizm organizacyjny partnerstwa synchronizuje działania i interakcje interesariuszy oraz innych elementów mechanizmu, zmiany organizacyjne, a także łączy interesy zainteresowanych stron i motywu je ich do angażowania się, jak również uczestnictwa w inicjatywach rozwoju obszarów wiejskich w celu rozwiązania istniejących problemów. Cel tego artykułu to zdefiniowanie mechanizmu organizacyjnego partnerstwa i określenie interesariuszy związanych z funkcjonowaniem tego mechanizmu. W trakcie badania przeanalizowano ewolucję koncepcji mechanizmu, która stworzyła wstępne warunki dla koncepcji partnerstwa mechanizmu organizacyjnego w rozwoju obszarów wiejskich. Analiza misji 51 strategii rozwoju lokalnych grup działania Litwy (lata 2007-2013) pozwoliła zidentyfikować interesariuszy, którzy związani są z funkcjonowaniem mechanizmu organizacyjnego partnerstwa w rozwoju obszarów wiejskich.
 
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