Management Techniques for Organizing Work in Government Institutions by the Proactive Approach and the Introduction of a “Turquoise” Model of Scientific Motivation of Employees

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The authors propose a scientific method of “proactive” motivation of staff, first applied in a public institution through the introduction of “turquoise” technologies of work organization. The purpose of the study was to prove the effectiveness of "turquoise" offices within the civil service. As a result of the experiment, the increased return from each employee is clearly shown, as well as an increase in the quality of work due to the increased diligence and responsibility of motivated employees. The authors prove that modern ways of organizing work with the help of “turquoise” technologies can raise the prestige of public service.


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Alexander V. Demin

State University of Management

Author for correspondence.
Email: demin@subsident.ru
99, Ryazanskiy pr., Moscow, Russian Federation, 109542

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Full Professor of the Department of State and Municipal Governance, State University of Management, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Housing and Utilities, Honorary Worker of Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation

Ilya V. Rybalchenko

State University of Management

Email: i.v.rybalchenko@gmail.com
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-1008-0203
99, Ryazanskiy pr., Moscow, Russian Federation, 109542

Postgraduate Student, State University of Management, Lawyer, Expert of the All-Russian Popular Front on housing and communal services

Irina V. Milkina

State University of Management

Email: irina_milkina@bk.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-5254-6326
99, Ryazanskiy pr., Moscow, Russian Federation, 109542

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of State and Municipal Governance, State University of Management

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