SYNERGIA

Project structure

The SYNERGIA Project comprises an Education and Cooperation Programme with an element involving real-life implementation, entailing a Transnational Partnership. The Project is to be delivered via four Editions.

SYNERGIA

4 EDITIONS

EDUCATION AND COOPERATION PROGRAMME

Example scheme for one Edition

Session in Warsaw

5 days

Session in Sofia

3 days

Session in Budapest

3 days

Session in Riga

3 days

Session in Warsaw

5 days

PROGRAMME

  • Project management in public sector (cohesive project-management methodology)
  • Strategic management in public administration
  • Process management
  • Change management
  • Risk management
  • HRM (leadership, employee motivation, team management, etc.)
  • Managing of communication and effective negotiation
  • Knowledge management
  • Management by objectives
  • Use of ICT in public sector

ACTIVITIES

  • training sessions with experts from leading global schools of public management
  • training sessions with experts from Poland and Partner Countries
  • workshop sessions – developing new recommendations in the field of institutional management
  • case studies metodology developed by Harvard Business School
  • networking meetings
  • simulation games
  • peer-learning summary session

PARTICIPANTS

Institutions of public administration from:

  • Poland
  • Bulgaria
  • Hungary
  • Latvia
  • 30 Representatives of the institutions from Poland
  • 30 Representatives of the institutions from Partner Countries
60 participants in total

IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMME
(in Poland)

COMPETITON

  • implementation of the best practices in the institution

IMPLEMENTATION

  • selecting the best projects to implement with the support of an external consultant
  • implementation report prepared by the institution
  • shadow report prepared by an external consultant

PARTICIPANTS

  • institutions of public administration in Poland selected by competition from among the institutions that participated in the Education and Cooperation Programme
  • the implementation stage is recommended but not obligatory for Participating Institutions from Partner Countries

Last actualisation: April 27th 2020