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Implementeringen av ett omöjligt uppdrag? - En fallstudie om de organisatoriska förutsättningarna att handlägga ansökningar om lärarlegitimation

Sajjadi, Tina LU (2015) STVK02 20151
Department of Political Science
Abstract
Due to a decision made by the Swedish parliament in 2010 all teachers would become required to have a teacher´s license to be qualified to; educate students, grade them and get a permanent employment. The politician’s wanted the license system to be fully incorporated in the Swedish school system by 1th of June 2012. A couple of years later the system has still not been fully enforced.
The aim of this study is to investigate whether organizational preconditions considering the processing of applications could explain the implementation failure that occurred. The aim is also to contribute with knowledge within the field of implementation in organizations. The specific question asked is: can the organizational preconditions to process... (More)
Due to a decision made by the Swedish parliament in 2010 all teachers would become required to have a teacher´s license to be qualified to; educate students, grade them and get a permanent employment. The politician’s wanted the license system to be fully incorporated in the Swedish school system by 1th of June 2012. A couple of years later the system has still not been fully enforced.
The aim of this study is to investigate whether organizational preconditions considering the processing of applications could explain the implementation failure that occurred. The aim is also to contribute with knowledge within the field of implementation in organizations. The specific question asked is: can the organizational preconditions to process license applications, within the timeline set by the politicians, be considered sufficient? Lennart Lundquist theories and models (1987) will be used to answer the question. The conclusion that follows from the analyze is that there need to be a correspondence between organizing components in the different chains in the steering process as well as correspondence within the different chains. (Less)
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author
Sajjadi, Tina LU
supervisor
organization
course
STVK02 20151
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Organisering, Implementering, Styrning, Lärarlegitimationssystemet, Handläggning
language
Swedish
id
7359497
date added to LUP
2015-07-14 11:56:49
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2015-07-14 11:56:49
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  abstract     = {Due to a decision made by the Swedish parliament in 2010 all teachers would become required to have a teacher´s license to be qualified to; educate students, grade them and get a permanent employment. The politician’s wanted the license system to be fully incorporated in the Swedish school system by 1th of June 2012. A couple of years later the system has still not been fully enforced. 
The aim of this study is to investigate whether organizational preconditions considering the processing of applications could explain the implementation failure that occurred. The aim is also to contribute with knowledge within the field of implementation in organizations. The specific question asked is: can the organizational preconditions to process license applications, within the timeline set by the politicians, be considered sufficient? Lennart Lundquist theories and models (1987) will be used to answer the question. The conclusion that follows from the analyze is that there need to be a correspondence between organizing components in the different chains in the steering process as well as correspondence within the different chains.},
  author       = {Sajjadi, Tina},
  keyword      = {Organisering,Implementering,Styrning,Lärarlegitimationssystemet,Handläggning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Implementeringen av ett omöjligt uppdrag? - En fallstudie om de organisatoriska förutsättningarna att handlägga ansökningar om lärarlegitimation},
  year         = {2015},
}