Management Shock Policy

A Case Study of the Financial, Organizational, and Personnel Improvement in the Management Performance of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

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  • Thayana Abreu Viza Figueiredo Flores Embrapa

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https://doi.org/10.33228/scribes.2020.v1.11094

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After many years of budget deficit, bad management, and poor public employee performance, the government of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, developed in 2004 the Management Shock Policy. The program had specific goals of placing the public accounts up to date, establishing an agenda for development, and consolidating the public employees’ evaluation process. The objective of this case study is to show some data found on literature that corroborates the improvement of the financial, organizational, and personnel management performance during the three generations of the policy (2004-2014). Achieving respectable outcomes, the policy was based on the incentive of the effectiveness of public budget, efficiency of management, and increased productivity of the public workforce. The organizational and individual performance evaluation methods were also one of the considerable applications on rebuilding a dynamic and innovative state on administrative practices.

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Thayana Abreu Viza Figueiredo Flores, Embrapa

Possui graduação em Secretariado Executivo Trilíngue pela Universidade Federal de Viçosa (2010) e MBA em Secretariado e Assessoria Executiva pela Uninter (2013). É mestre em Administração Pública pela Indiana Wesleyan University, EUA (2019). Tem experiência na área de Administração, com ênfase em Secretariado Executivo. Trabalha na Embrapa Pesca e Aquicultura desde 2011. 

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2020-12-15

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Flores, T. (2020). Management Shock Policy : A Case Study of the Financial, Organizational, and Personnel Improvement in the Management Performance of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. SCRIBES - Brazilian Journal of Management and Secretarial Studies, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.33228/scribes.2020.v1.11094

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