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Implementering, vad är det och varför sker det inte med automatik? Teori och kriterier för hur implementering bör bedrivas.

Möller, Ola LU and Abrahamsson, Ann LU (2010) STVK01 20092
Department of Political Science
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Abstract This paper is about how to define and improve implementation. It is based on a study of how a Swedish local authority has been working with seven labour-market projects and whether or not it has been successful in implementing the results. The methods we have used are interviews and examined project documents. The applied implementation theory consists of three central concepts; understanding, ability and willingness. An organization theory of culture has also partly been used. The outcome indicates that an organization must be aware of four perspectives in order to be successful, by going from a project to being part of the ongoing organization. These are: Explicit implementation goals at the outset, from beginning to end. A... (More)
Abstract This paper is about how to define and improve implementation. It is based on a study of how a Swedish local authority has been working with seven labour-market projects and whether or not it has been successful in implementing the results. The methods we have used are interviews and examined project documents. The applied implementation theory consists of three central concepts; understanding, ability and willingness. An organization theory of culture has also partly been used. The outcome indicates that an organization must be aware of four perspectives in order to be successful, by going from a project to being part of the ongoing organization. These are: Explicit implementation goals at the outset, from beginning to end. A management team with explicit responsibilities and clear leadership. A good economic basis for implementation and no legal restraints on implementing the project method, once it is completed. We hope further studies are going to be made along the same theme: how local authority projects can achieve long term effects in accordance with the Lisbon strategy. (Less)
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Möller, Ola LU and Abrahamsson, Ann LU
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STVK01 20092
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Implementering
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Swedish
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1525915
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2010-02-01 11:03:06
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  abstract     = {Abstract This paper is about how to define and improve implementation. It is based on a study of how a Swedish local authority has been working with seven labour-market projects and whether or not it has been successful in implementing the results. The methods we have used are interviews and examined project documents. The applied implementation theory consists of three central concepts; understanding, ability and willingness. An organization theory of culture has also partly been used. The outcome indicates that an organization must be aware of four perspectives in order to be successful, by going from a project to being part of the ongoing organization. These are: Explicit implementation goals at the outset, from beginning to end. A management team with explicit responsibilities and clear leadership. A good economic basis for implementation and no legal restraints on implementing the project method, once it is completed. We hope further studies are going to be made along the same theme: how local authority projects can achieve long term effects in accordance with the Lisbon strategy.},
  author       = {Möller, Ola and Abrahamsson, Ann},
  keyword      = {Implementering},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Implementering, vad är det och varför sker det inte med automatik? Teori och kriterier för hur implementering bör bedrivas.},
  year         = {2010},
}