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Summary: Human resource management is currently undergoing key changes. Like every element of social life, the role of effective work with staff is becoming key to vital for any organization. The development focuses on the possibilities by seeking a new vision for adapting human resource management to changes and dynamics of the environment, to obtain positive results in an organizational context. New approaches to governance have been gaining momentum in most developed countries in the last decade and cover both business and public administration. Key words: human resource management; changes; crises; efficiency; good practices
The role of communications and the communication process are currently changing in significant aspects. The globalizing society and business, the ongoing and unpredictable Covid-19 pandemic, the constant and chaotic economic trends; hybridity in the changes in the main social processes and many other factors have led to the exacerbation of some trends affecting the management processes. • Factors such as: human resources management; labour market pressures, equality and social justice and accountability; demographic factors; the increased need for decentralization; the role of social responsibility; social entrepreneurship; the role of information and smart technologies in management, crises, fake news and others, were presented in new aspects to business and public executives. • The different and extremely diverse means of communication, forms, values dimensions, context, information redundancy and overload, loss of trust, etc. complicate the process of interaction between the communicator and the recipient. The requirement to explore, update and overcome the causes that do not allow people to build effective communication or completely block it, takes lead. In the presence of communication barriers, the information is distorted, loses its original meaning or does not reach the recipient at all, which makes the whole process of data transmission meaningless. • The ideas presented in the work can be an appropriate basis for the development of programs for organizational change in the aspects concerning the communication processes in the modern environment and outlining new paradigms in overcoming the obstacles in the organizational communication. •
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CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION; Conference for the International human resources day 20th of May 2022; Organized by: HIGHER SCHOOL OF SECURITY AND ECONOMICS, PLOVDIV and CENTER OF LEADERSHIP AND PUBLIC POLITICS; Conference:„MANAGEMENT OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES – FROM CRISIS ACTIONS TO VISIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT“
PRESENTATION: article PRACTICAL RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AS A COMPONENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EFFECTIVE PUBLIC POLICIES; a collection of international roundtables on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the public administration program in the National Social Security Administration:"Status quo, challenges and changes in public administration"; Yearbook of Department of Administration and Management item 3; New Bulgarian University /NBU/; 2018 .; p.486-501; ISSN 2603-297X (Online); COBISS.BG-ID – 1282942948; https://administracija-i-upravlenie.nbu.bg/bg/godishnici/arhiv-na-godishnik-na-departament-administraciq-i-upravlenie/godishnik-na-departament-administraciq-i-upravlenie-t-3-2018-issn-2603-297-x-online
ATTESTATION for Member of Scientific Committee in the framework of a Sixth International Scientific Conference “The State, Society and Law: challenges of today and prospects for tomorrow”; Faculty of Political Sciences and Law of “Aleksandër Moisiu” University of Durrës; Albania; April 15th, 2022
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PRESENTATION: article “Learned the Hard Way By COVID-19 – for Human Resource, Management, Legal Framework and Leadership for Changes”; Sixth International Scientific Conference “The State, Society and Law: challenges of today and prospects for tomorrow”; Faculty of Political Sciences and Law of “Aleksandër Moisiu” University of Durrës; Albania; April 15th, 2022
PRESENTATION: "UNIVERSITY TRAINING OF STUDENTS UNDER "PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION" - GOOD PRACTICES", Annual Meeting of Human Resources Specialists; 2020; INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION'; Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria
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ABSTRACT PROCEEDINGS - ISBN 978-9929-4714-2-0 Abstract: The dramatic change in all dimensions of life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis has taught the state, society, private and public sector organizations, and citizens many lessons. What has the COVID-19 crisis taught us, and has it taught us anything at all? What are the key lessons? We claim that most of the lessons have been learned. And yes - they are learned the hard way. They were difficult to assimilate because they required both a radical change to established stereotypes and a quick adjustment to new realities. They were often taught trial and error; they were tested on the move and changed into a turbulent and volatile environment. This report attempts to draw on some of these lessons and present some good practices, hoping to provoke questions and reflections in readers, guiding them on the path of finding more and more innovative solutions in dealing with this truly dramatic change for humanity in all spheres. Key words: COVID-19, organization, risk, legal effects, managerial style
FROM INNOVATION TO CHANGE – THE EXPERIENCE OF VRATSA MUNICIPALITY; Report at the annual meeting of the National Association of Municipalities in the Republic of Bulgaria; presentation; 19.06.2019
PRESENTATION - CHALLENGES FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT – NEW EXPECTATIONS, KEY CHANGES AND GOOD PRACTICES; Management of the human resources – from crisis actions to visions for sustainable development; International conference devoted to the 20th of May – International human resources day;
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Presentation "LEADERSHIP IN A TRANSFORMATIVE SOCIETY – FOR NEW PARADIGMS AND TRENDS“ ; DIGITAL WORKSHOP "LEADERSHIP IN A TRANSFORMATIVE SOCIETY – NEW PARADIGMS"; "HIGHER SCHOOL OF SECURITY AND ECONOMICS“ , Plovdiv, Bulgaria аnd „CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP AND PUBLIC POLICIES“; 29.10.2021;
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PRESENTATION: "Talent Management in Public Administration", 12th Annual Meeting of Human Resources Specialists; Plovdiv – 10-12.06.2019; INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION'; Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria; 12-та годишна среща на специалистите по човешки ресурси Пловдив-10-12.06.2019 г. ИНСТИТУТ ПО ПУБЛИЧНА АДМИНИСТРАЦИЯ Доц. д-р Валентин Василев ЮЗУ "Неофит Рилски" Обществен посредник на територията на Община Благоевград
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With the advent of the "information technologies age", the time has come to gradually talk about "smart cities"; to look for ways and solutions to attract the interest of the strategic decision makers for the development of the cities in which we live towards these trends; to take part in a new and revolutionary in its essence way in the leadership of these cities; to be able to express and show our assessment of these solutions in real time; to take part in the decision making process in real time and even to be in a twenty-four hour working regime.These changes can immediately be seen, touched, heard, used, tried, appreciated. We have been changed as consumers, citizens, humans, clients, parents, students.The present scientific research is an attempt to present, on the one hand, the concept of the "Smart City" and, on the other hand, through the practices and examples presented to the readers to draw their attention to the positive aspects of this "new face" in public management.
SERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION for participating and presenting; Sixth International Scientific Conference “The State, Society and Law: challenges of today and prospects for tomorrow”; Faculty of Political Sciences and Law of “Aleksandër Moisiu” University of Durrës; Albania; April 15th, 2022
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ISBN:978-619-91-298-6-9 Resume: In recent years, public administration and management have underwent key and turbulent changes. It is undeniable that from the reactions and decisions of the managers concerned, these processes took place one way or another. But it was clear to everyone-public management is changing. The article focuses on finding the correlation between research and achievement and their application and adaptability in public sector organizations, as well as on some significant trends for changes in the public sector. The focus is on the practical dimensions of public administration research and examples and practices with broad applicability in public bodies have been brought to light. A leading focus of the text is the thesis that a successful relationship between research and their practical approbation is a universal solution in search of sustainable development in public management in all its dimensions, and this approach ensures sustainability in policies at local and national level. Резюме: В последните години публичната администрация и мениджмънт преминаха през ключови и турбулентни промени. Безспорно от реакциите и решенията на съответните ръководители тези процеси протичаха по един или друг начин. Но за всички бе ясно-публичния мениджмънт се променя. Статията акцентира върху намирането на взаимовръзката между научните изследвания и постижения и приложението и адаптивността им в организациите от публичната сфера, както и върху някои значими тенденции за промени в публичния сектор. Фокус е поставен върху практическите измерения на изследванията в областта на публичната администрация и са изведени примери и практики с широка приложимост в организации от публичната сфера. Водещ акцент на текста, е тезата, че успешната релация между научни изследвания и практическото им апробиране е универсално решение в търсене на устойчово развитие в публичния мениджмънт във всичките му измерения, като този подход гарантира устойчивост в политиките на местно и национално равнище. Ключови думи-публичен мениджмънт; управление на промените; мотивация; устойчиво развитие
INVITATION LETTER For Erasmus+ Staff Teaching Programme, offered by the International Slavic University G. R. Derzhavin, Republic of North Macedonia, with the Erasmus+ code MK SKOPJE 19. The mobility started on 14th of March 2022 and lasted until 17th of March 2022.
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DIPLOMA from "Academy of Innovation and Development", Bulgaria, for comprehensive academic and public activity and on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the specialty "Public Administration" in Bulgaria
LETTER OF CONFIRMATION Valentin Vasilev has taken part in an Erasmus+ Staff Teaching Programme Offered by the International Slavic University "G. R. Derzhavin", Republic of North Macedonia, with the Erasmus+ code MK SKOPJE 19. The mobility started on 14th of March 2022 and lasted until 17th of March 2022.
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CERTIFICATE FOR COMPLETED COURSE TRAINING: TRAINING FOR INTERACTIVE WAYS OF TEACHING IN BLACKBOARD LEARN E-LEARNING PLATFORM; November 2013; project "Development of electronic forms of distance learning in the system of Southwestern University "Neofit Rilski"; BG051PO001-4.3.04; Operational Program "Human Resources Development" Southwestern Universit "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad
CERTIFICATE for participation in the project "Increasing the effectiveness of practical training and conducting teaching practices of students from the specialties "Law" and "Public Administration", No SRP – B 2 /13; Ordinance No 9 of the Ministry of Education and Science; Southwestern University "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
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SERTIFICATE ; ONLINE LEARNING "GEOBLOCKING - FREEDOM FOR E-COMMERCE IN THE EU" ENTERPRISE EUROPE NETWORK"; BUSINESS INFORMATION AND CONSULTING CENTRE – SANDANSKI; Bulgaria; 09.12.2020
Sertificate: Emotional Intelligence Applications; Level 1and 2 Professional; Rec. № BG-2022-000069/18.02.2022; International Society for Emotional Intelligence and Foundation for Developing Emotional Intelligence
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Certificate for successfully completed remote course "Prevention of corruption at local level"; 09.03.-30.04. 2012; Foundation for Local Government Reform; Bulgaria
CERTIFICATE for successfully completed remote course "APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD GOVERNANCE AT LOCAL LEVEL"; 09.05.-19.06.2011; Foundation for Local Government Reform; Bulgaria
CERTIFICATE for completed course training: TRAINING FOR WORKING WITH BLACKBOARD LEARN E-LEARNING PLATFORM; November 2013; project "Development of electronic forms of distance learning in the system of Southwestern University "Neofit Rilski"; BG051PO001-4.3.04; Operational Program "Human Resources Development" Southwestern University "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad
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The role of communications and the communication process are currently changing in significant aspects. The globalizing society and business, the ongoing and unpredictable Covid-19 pandemic, the constant and chaotic economic trends; hybridity in the changes in the main social processes and many other factors have led to the exacerbation of some trends affecting the management processes. Factors such as: human resources management; labour market pressures, equality and social justice and accountability; demographic factors; the increased need for decentralization; the role of social responsibility; social entrepreneurship; the role of information and smart technologies in management, crises, fake news and others, were presented in new aspects to business and public executives. The different and extremely diverse means of communication, forms, values dimensions, context, information redundancy and overload, loss of trust, etc. complicate the process of interaction between the communicator and the recipient. The requirement to explore, update and overcome the causes that do not allow people to build effective communication or completely block it, takes lead. In the presence of communication barriers, the information is distorted, loses its original meaning or does not reach the recipient at all, which makes the whole process of data transmission meaningless. The ideas presented in the work can be an appropriate basis for the development of programs for organizational change in the aspects concerning the communication processes in the modern environment and outlining new paradigms in overcoming the obstacles in the organizational communication.
SERTIFICATE OT PUBLICATION “COMPLEX COMMUNICATION BARRIERS IN THE ORGANISATIONS IN A CRISIS CONTEXT”; KNOWLEDGE International Journal; Vol. 49.; №1; Institute of Knowledge Management; Skopje; ISSN:1857-923X (Printed); ISSN:2545-4439 (Online); 2021; p. 29-33; https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/5592 The role of communications and the communication process are currently changing in significant aspects. The globalizing society and business, the ongoing and unpredictable Covid-19 pandemic, the constant and chaotic economic trends; hybridity in the changes in the main social processes and many other factors have led to the exacerbation of some trends affecting the management processes. Factors such as: human resources management; labour market pressures, equality and social justice and accountability; demographic factors; the increased need for decentralization; the role of social responsibility; social entrepreneurship; the role of information and smart technologies in management, crises, fake news and others, were presented in new aspects to business and public executives. The different and extremely diverse means of communication, forms, values dimensions, context, information redundancy and overload, loss of trust, etc. complicate the process of interaction between the communicator and the recipient. The requirement to explore, update and overcome the causes that do not allow people to build effective communication or completely block it, takes lead. In the presence of communication barriers, the information is distorted, loses its original meaning or does not reach the recipient at all, which makes the whole process of data transmission meaningless. The ideas presented in the work can be an appropriate basis for the development of programs for organizational change in the aspects concerning the communication processes in the modern environment and outlining new paradigms in overcoming the obstacles in the organizational communication.
Abstract: In the last two years, as part of the Covid-19 pandemic environment, organizations around the world have faced something unseen as an organizational challenge. They faced changes, for which the management largely had no quick answers. Challenges related to working in a dynamically changing environment in which traditional forms of management are not valid have appeared on the agenda. Whatever words we use, as well as what we call the management tools we choose to put into practice, it is as if the relationship „teamwork“ – „communications“ – „crisis“ is the „new Bеrmude triangle“ in which it is possible to lose all organization and any decision. This paper draws readers' attention to the search for sustainable solutions in finding ways to increase efficiency in the application of teamwork in crisis situations. Key words: team, crisis, management, resistance to change, team efficiency Годишник; Том XVIII, 2021; Висше училище по сигурност и икономика; Пловдив; ISSN:2367-8798; COBISS.BG-ID – 1273280740
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YEARBOOK OF DEPARTMENT “ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT”; 2020 ; VOLUME 5; New Bulgarian University /NBU?, Bulgaria; ISSN 2603-297X Abstract: Looking around ourselves in the present day and going back in our thoughts to the previous decades, we can feel the differences in our lives. The leading change has been imposed by the information and communication technologies The present scientific research is an attempt to present, on the one hand, the concept and usefulness of the “Smart City” and, on the other hand, to draw readers' attention to the immediate benefits of their applications through the best practices and examples. Key words: public management, “Smart City”, sustainable development, good practices
Editorial review of the magazine "Law, Politics, Administration"; ISSN 2367-4601; Vol.3; issue 1/2016; p. 1; http://www.lpajournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Redactionna1.pdf В новия брой на списанието можем да откроим няколко ключови събития в областта на публичното управление. В началото на годината стартира новият програмен период за България, в който приоритетно са обособени актуалните области за работа на публичната администрация. Допълнителен фокус беше създаден и с приемането на редица стратегически документи, регламентиращи новите цели пред държавата. В настоящия брой на нашето списание е направен опит да бъдат представени основни направления-от административни предизвикателства, електронното управление и електронното правителство, новите моменти в управлението на човешките ресурси и други. Целта е читателят да придобие, в широк контекст, общ поглед върху някои от тези основни предизвикателства и да разшири своя кръгозор от гледна точка на това, което предстои в областта на реформите в публичната администрация, както и да се "уловят" новите изисквания към администрацията, решенията и действията в нея. Специален гост в броя е д.ю.н. Игор Понкин, професор в Института за държавна служба и управление на Руската академия за управление и държавна служба при президента на Руската федерация. Сложността и предизвикателството да се работи в публичната администрация в следващите години ще илюстрираме с думите на Папа Франциск, казани в интервю в края на 2015 година: "Всеки мъж и жена, които искат да заемат държавна длъжност, трябва да си зададат два въпроса: Обичам ли съгражданите, така че да им служа по-добре? И достатъчно ли съм кротък, за да чуя всяко становище и да избера правилния път? Ако не сте готови да отговорите положително на двата въпроса, службата ви няма да бъде полезна." С надеждата, че ще ви бъдем отново полезни, ви пожелавам приятно четене! доц. д-р Валентин Василев член на Редколегията
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YEARBOOK OF DEPARTMENT “ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT”; 2020 ; VOLUME 5; New Bulgarian University /NBU?, Bulgaria; ISSN 2603-297X Abstract: The past months and the obstacles though which the world went during them, opened again the topic of the adaptability and flexibility of the leadership methods and techniques. Moreover, it was necessary for organizations, like never before to look for solutions to cumulate many searched positives – from economic survival and development; management of human resources in a very changed environment, to the discovery of leadership instruments and good procedures succeeding to increase and keep people’s motivation on a high level. The development concentrates on the opportunities to achieve positive results in a critical situation through social responsibility as well as good procedures are summarized and presented in the context of the challenges raised which were realized within Bulgaria and some countries in the world. Key words: Human Resource Management; Social Responsibility; COVID19; Crises
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сборник материалов международная научная студенческая конференция «Мир вокруг нас: человек – общество - природа»;22-27 марта 2021; Московский гуманитарный университет; ISBN978-5-907410-36-7;/доклад/; стр. 91-96; 2021; http://publications.mosgu.ru/index.php/main/catalog/view/25/27/98-1 Abstract. The trends and challenges associated with the rapid development of information technologies and communications seem to have left communication (in its familiar dimensions) in the background. The last decade has seen a particularly strong emphasis on the" human dimension" of governance and corporate social responsibility. In this context, the emergence of managerial challenges associated with the improvement of so-called "soft" skills gradually took their proper place in research efforts and goals. This article is part of the author's accumulated theoretical knowledge and practical observations and research aimed at identifying and identifying new and less well-known components in working with human resources in the field of management and focuses on the possibility of obtaining positive results in a crisis situation, developing social responsibility and sustainable development. Keywords: human resource management; social responsibility; COVID-19; crisis; management
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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6378765 ПОЛИТИКА И СИГУРНОСТ POLITICS & SECURITY ГОДИНА V • БРОЙ 2 • 2021 YEAR V • ISSUE 2 • 2021; Издание на Висшето училище по сигурност и икономика -Пловдив; Edition of Higher School of Security and Economics -Plovdiv Abstract: Human resource management has undergone a significant evolu-tion in terms of the changing and globalising markets and it is oriented towards innovative and practically oriented activities with the main objective of adaptation to the changing environment where organisations operate. New approaches in management have been gaining ground in most developed countries over the last decade, and they cover both the business sector and public services. The main im-pulse caused by globalisation, is expressed in the recognition of the fact that im-provements in the effectiveness of organisations are closely related to the human factor, and hence with practices regarding payment and recruitment, selection, performance management, talent management, incentive policy and other aspects of staff management. Therefore human resources in the era of the globalising soci-ety are treated as a capital requiring in turn careful and innovative management. This article contains some key ideas in terms of increasing the efficiency of staff management in the modern organisation and presents conceptual views on the possibilities for applying innovative approaches in the search for positive solutions within the context of increasing the efficiency of organisations. Key words: human resource management, crisis management, changes, leadership
“WITH A FOCUS ON THE FUTURE – HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS IN A TRANSFORMATIVE SOCIETY” ; National Round Table "Education, Science and Digital Innovation – Synergy for a Professional Path"; project No KP-06-H45/1 "Digitization and digital competences in higher education and the labour market", funded by “National Research Fund”; Government of Bulgaria; University of Economics – Varna; 19.11.2021; presentation
The Institute of Knowledge Management – Skopje, as one of the organizers of the XXXIV International Scientific Conference KNOWLEDGE IN PRACTICE, which will be held ONLINE , in the period of 17-18.12.2021 confirms that Valentin Vasilev, Dimitrina Stefanova SUBMITTED THE FULL PAPER COMPLEX COMMUNICATION BARRIERS IN THE ORGANISATION IN A CRISIS CONTEXT. After the review procedure, THE PAPER IS ACCEPTED and it will be published in KNOWLEDGE – International Journal Vol. 49.
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Article :“THE NEW FACE OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT – ABOUT THE “SMART CITY” AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY“ reached 800 reads!
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The pandemic living environment following the advent of Covid-19 has led the world to rethink a number of leadership concepts and models. In search of new solutions, governments and company management around the world are increasingly focusing on finding new and flexible solutions aimed at improving the lives of citizens in a new and constantly changing environment. The integration of information and communication technologies to optimize people's lifestyles is a process involved in the formation of the smart city, one of these key indicators of change. The end goal is to build an increasingly accessible infrastructure, designed through the introduction of electronic devices to provide easier access to data and provide a higher level of communication, which will provide a flawless environment. One thing is certain - the world will never be the same and the search for innovative solutions aimed at human health will expand at any moment. The following study presents an attempt to indicate key ideas in the described challenges, as well as to identify some good practices. International Journal of Social Science & Economic Research
Acceptance Letter from “International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research” (ISSN: 2455-8834) http://ijsser.org/ DOI: https://doi.org/10.46609/ijsser Impact Factor: 5.156; Title: “SMART GOVERNANCE AND HEALTH CARE – FOR THE POSSIBLE AND IMPOSSIBLE AND FOR THE DIFFICULTIES AND CHALLENGES OF TOMORROW.” Volume 6 No. 10 ( October Edition 2021); Paper ID- SSE019
CERTIFICATE OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; as a participant in the round table 'PLANNING IN THE NEW CONDITIONS -REAL OR FORMAL'; October 14th, 2021; Dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the Department of Strategic Planning; and part of the event calendar on the celebration of the 85th anniversary of the D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics - Svishtov, Bulgaria
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Fifth International Conference in Public Administration; Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"; "Public Governance after 2020: What we Know When we Know Nothing?"; Round Table: Public Governance and the Promise of Risk-Free Society; October 21st, 2021
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POLITICS & SECURITY; YEAR V • ISSUE 1 • 2021; Edition of Higher School of Security and Economics – Plovdiv ; ISSN 2535-0358 http://politics-security.net/index.php/ojsdata/issue/view/6 The use of new management techniques is an integral part of the work of modern organizations. A key difference is the huge pressure currently under which the organizing is currently being put. In this regard, the application and approbation of new techniques successfully applied in other organizations is likely to continue to expand and lead to better results and more hope for the future. Benchmarking as a modern management tool is increasingly necessary in the practice of modern organizations and its proper use is a kind of guarantee for the development of flexibility and adaptability of the structures of successful managers. The use of new management methods is an integral part of the reforming picture of management and is a key factor for competitiveness. On the other hand, a small number of organizations are conservative about changes in their activities, lack initiative on the part of employees in their work and lack flexibility in managing certain processes due to over-centralization of decision-making processes.
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Home gardens aid to improve food availability, ecology, job opportunities, social conditions for outstanding production, contributing to the conservation of diversity and maintenance of plant genetic resources and ecosystem. The objective of this review is to know about the major crops, vegetables, fruits, medicinal plants, and cash plants materials and women's participation in home garden agroforestry practices in Bangladesh. The various species of home gardens are nutritionally and economically valued as they fulfill a demand. Women are more engaged than men in home garden activities. Common vegetables, fruits contain significant amounts of protein, sugars, salts, calcium, iron, vitamins, minerals, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, and iron. The common medicinal plants are using plant parts such as fruit, leaf, bark as treatment of dysentery, cough, fever, and other diseases. The flower plants improve beautification in the home and also contain the aesthetic value. The profit plant helped in the economic sector. The responsible bodies should undertake positive actions like promoting specific study plans in the home garden to ensure biological balance to improve the capacity of women communities to manage and maintain home garden diversity.
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Summary: With a view to raising of professionalism in Bulgarian public administration adopting and implementing of European and world standarts for human resources management trough using of approved innovative research methods and models are necessary. The strong and weak sides of the specified methods are discussed, concrete examples for good practices of their implementing in the practice of public sphere are given, as the positive sides of the common work of universities and state administrations are argued. Keywords: human resources management, "learning" organizations, distance learning, electronic discussions and forums.
Certificate for participation in summer leadership school "Effective communications and public speaking". Conducted by International Slavic University – Sveti Nikole; Republic of Northern Macedonia
Presentaition:„Leadership and Deliberative Democracy in the Changing World: Compatible or Reconcilable Paradigms?“ „Perspectives of Law and Public Administration“; Volume 9, Issue 2, December 2020; ISSN 2601-7830; ISSN-L 2601-783; p. 209-219; International Conference “Perspectives of Business Law in the Third Millennium”; Xth edition, /13.11.2020/; Retrieved from: http://www.adjuris.ro/revista/articole/an9nr2/13.%20D.%20Chankova.pdf; http://www.adjuris.ro/revista/an9nr2.html
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This certificate is awarded to Valentin Vasilev As an acknowledgement his association withEditorial Board Member for International Journal of Social and Scientific Research /IJSSER/: An Indexed Impact factor Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, ISSN 2454-3187; https://ijsser.org/index.php
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Conference devoted to the INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES DAY May 20, 2021; Proceedings of the Webinar; Plovdiv, ISBN 978-619-7343-41-0; p. 11-18 The use of new methods in the managing is an unbreakable part of the reforms in the modern organization. That represents main factor for the competitive ability of the administration opposite the business, which will answer the demands set by its side. On the other hand the public administrations are more conservative towards the changes in their activity, there is a lack of initiative from the side of the work officials and a lack of flexibility in management of certain administrations because of the superior centralization.
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In this work, we investigate the existence, uniqueness, and stability of fractional differential equation with multi-point integral boundary conditions involving the Caputo fractional derivative. By utilizing the Laplace transform technique, the existence of solution is accomplished. By applying the Bielecki-norm and the classical fixed point theorem, the Ulam stability results of the studied system are presented. An illustrative example is provided at the last part to validate all our obtained theoretical results. MSC: Primary 34A08; secondary 34A12
In this paper, a novel analytical method for solving nonlinear partial differential equations is studied. This method is known as triple Laplace transform decomposition method. This method is generalized in the sense of conformable derivative. Important results and theorems concerning this method are discussed. A new algorithm is proposed to solve linear and nonlinear partial differential equations in three dimensions. Moreover, some examples are provided to verify the performance of the proposed algorithm. This method presents a wide applicability to solve nonlinear partial differential equations in the sense of conformable derivative.
A mapping for a connected graph is called a radial radio labelling if it satisfies the inequality , where is the radius of the graph . The radial radio number of denoted by is the maximum number mapped under . The radial radio number of denoted by is equal to min { is a radial radio labelling of }. 1. Introduction In this twenty-first century, our day-to-day life is pervaded by the communication devices which are functioning with the help of electromagnetic waves. By designating a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that has wavelengths ranging from 1 mm to 100 kms, or equivalently, frequencies from 300 GHz to 3 kHz are called radio waves which are used in the field of communication engineering. Due to the high cost of the spectrum, maximizing the number of channels in a predefined bandwidth gives a huge profit to the country. Hence, the graph labelling concepts play a vital role in maximizing such an optimization channel assignment problem. This channel assignment problem inspired Hale [1] in 1980 to introduce the graph-theoretic concept using graph labelling. Chartrand et al. [2] were motivated by these concepts in 2001 and introduced a new channel assignment problem called the radio labelling problem which is used to allot the maximum number of channels for the frequency modulation radio stations. A radio labelling of a connected graph is an injection such that . The radio number of , denoted by , is the maximum number assigned to any vertex of . The radio number of , denoted by , is the minimum value of taken over all labelings of . Computing such a problem for graphs with diameter two itself is NP-hard [3]. For the past two decades, several authors have studied the radio number problem for general graphs and interconnection networks. In the recent years, researchers have introduced the variations of radio labelling and called them as a different labelling either by changing as , , , and or as , , etc. Motivated by the radio labelling problem, in order to increase the number of channels by splitting the given geographical area into two subregions, Selvam et al. [4] brought in the radial radio labelling concept in 2017. A mapping for a connected graph is called a radial radio labelling if this satisfies the inequality , where is the radius of the graph . The radial radio number of denoted by is the maximum number mapped under . The radial radio number of denoted by is equal to min { is a radial radio labelling of }. It is obvious from the definitions that, for any connected graph , . However, the radial radio number is reduced to the radio number for any self-centered graphs, which is for the graphs that satisfy . For example, the radio number and radial radio number for the complete graphs and complete bipartite graphs are , respectively. Hence, for any graph G which is not self-centered. Selvam et al. [4] proved that for any self-centered graph G. In addition, Selvam et al. [5] proved few results connecting the clique number and as follows: (i) , (ii) for a graph which satisfies , and (iii) a graph G with . Yenoke [6] determined the upper bounds for the radial radio number of certain uniform cyclic and split graphs. Moreover, Arputha Jose and Giridharan [7] proved that and , where is the Mongolian tent and is the diamond graph. This research article highlights the newly defined enhanced hexagonal difference hexagonal network. Also, the radial radio number for , , and was resolved. 2. Hexagonal and Its Derived Networks In 2D geometry, the hexagonal network is the triangular tessellation of the Euclidean plane, and this was broadly analysed in [8–10]. In the graph theoretical approach, a hexagonal network of dimension is denoted by which contains vertices of degree 4, 6 corner vertices of degree 3, and vertices of degree 6. It was identified that each side of a network is equal to the dimension . Also, a unique centre vertex at a distance from the corner vertices. Therefore, and are and , respectively. In addition, it has edges and vertices. See Figure 1(a). (a)
Ahasan Ullah Khan
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Compacted information on Apiculture cultivation concerning present status, benefits, challenges, problems, prospects, and production is very important for developing this sector. So, the review paper aims to compile information on apiculture cultivation in Bangladesh. Apiculture production is increasing due to the high demand for honey and increasing crop pollination. Giant honey bee (Apis dorsata), little honeybee (A. florae), Asian honey bee (A. cerana), and Western honey bee (A. mellifera) are the most preferable species and cultivated by the farmers, but the maximum cultivation is confined to A. mellifera. Mostly young aged educated people are adopting apiculture farming as the commercial basis in Bangladesh. Apiculture production is easy to work because it requires only a little technical efficiency and a highly profitable agribusiness as evident for its profitable benefit cost ratio (BCR 1.59-3.70). Although apiculture increased agriculture production, some problems are confronting by the apiculture growers during cultivation and marketing including lack of cultivation house, unavailability of good spawn, capital shortage, lack of equipment’s, lack of available market and promotion at the local level, lack of storage facilities, etc. which are needed to be addressed for further development of this sector. It will be a great source of employment creation for the rural poor people to reduce the poverty. Inhabitants of honey bees were moderately decreased due to unsuitable use of pesticides/herbicides, deforestation, water contamination, and bush burning. Therefore, the application of chemical pesticides during the flowering period should be avoided. Chemical pesticides should also be substituted with bio-rational, plant derivative products and microbial pesticides to minimize the toxicity of chemicals to pollinators.
In Bangladesh, the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) reported the first COVID-19 positive patients in the country on March 8, 2020. The world health organization (WHO) declared a COVID-19 epidemic on March 11, 2020. Several studies have indicated that densely populated urban environments and the heavy dependence on traffic could increase the potential spread of COVID-19. The aim of this study was related to the situation of tests, infestation, recovery and death of people against COVID-19 of Bangladesh. The study was carried out from 8 March 2020 to 30 April 2021 to observe the status of Bangladesh towards rampant COVID-19. The data of this research was collected from IEDCR, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), and cross-checked with different newspapers and online news portals. The total tests, infection, recovered and died were 4042037, 554240, 475027 and 8365; respectively in Bangladesh. The tests of COVID-19 were 1482, 69252, 244064, 460528, 409503, 362113, 397452, 389452, 436862, 454892, 424034, 392403 and 722848 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The infestation of COVID-19 was 49, 7616, 39486, 98330, 92125, 73070, 50457, 44205, 57248, 58948, 21629, 11077 and 128555 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The recovered of COVID-19 was 25, 135, 7904, 34845, 76517, 69452, 71600, 48658, 56099, 70367, 22285, 17140 and 150816 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The death of COVID-19 was 6, 163, 472, 1198, 1264, 1125, 970, 666, 718, 938, 568, 277 and 2237 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. March to December 2020 and January to February 2021, not much less than April 2021. Fewer people died in January-February in 2021 than previous year, but the number of tests remained the same. The government take necessary devise suitable policies such as total social distancing. Therefore, we should have a good practice of protective awareness, and the government should take originating the training and supervision of rural and town trainees for minimizing COVID-19 infestation in Bangladesh.
Ahasan Ullah Khan
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The productivity of plant community is affected by climate change drivers in three pathways including direct effects of drivers on plants, the community response of species abundances to drivers and the feedback effect of community change on productivity. The productivity of C4 plants is significantly influenced by C4 metabolic process of plants. Apart from these metabolic pathways, one of the most essential elements that influence the yield of C4 plants are seasonality and temperature. In addition to all, these climatic climate change drivers have a great influence on the productivity of C4 plants. The present review focuses on how C4 plants mitigate climate change.
The study was undertaken to determine the insect infestation in mango fruit in the farmers' field of Uchalhila, Ishwargonj, Mymensingh, Bangladesh, during the period of months March to July 2020 under natural condition. Visual searching method followed for identifying the infested and healthy mango fruit. The total healthy and infested (14.86%; 22 out of 148) and (85.13%; 126 out of 148), respectively in mango fruit. The healthy and infested ranged (0.00-3.33%) and (66.67-93.33%), respectively in mango fruit. The insects viz thrips, stone weevil, and fruit borer (0.00-33.33) %, (33.33-73.33) and (23.33-46.67) % in this study, respectively. In the rural area of Bangladesh, they are not using any fertilizer, insecticides to manage the constraints in mango production. Specific study plans are needed in the rural area of Bangladesh to minimize insect infestation with bio-rational insecticides.
The main aim of this review is to document the insect pests and diseases of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus L.) and their management in Bangladesh compared to other jackfruit growing countries. This article was based on mostly literature review. A. heterophyllus being the national fruit of Bangladesh, is widely consumed by most of the rural people. All parts of the fruit and tree are used as human food, animal feed and wood source for furniture. Jackfruit contains anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-helminthic properties. The fruit is rich in carbohydrates, minerals, carboxylic acids, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. The seed is rich in manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium iron and lectins and thus meets up nutritional requirements for the rural people. Despite the importance, a number of insect pests and diseases attack jackfruit plant and fruit. Shoot and fruit borer (Diaphania caesalis Walker) and trunk borer (Batocera rufomaculata De Geer) have been reported as major insect pests, while stem and fruit rot (Rhizopus artocarpi), bacterial dieback, pink disease (Pelliculana salmonicolor), leafspot (Phomopsis artocarpina), fruit bronzing (Pantoea stewartia Smith) and Gummosis (Phomopsis artocarpi) have been reported as major diseases. The pruning and training are an effective management technique for the insect pests and diseases. This technique provides well ventilation and reduces relative humidity at tree canopy level. Bordeaux paste is a common fungicide for the management of jackfruit borer pest and rhizopus rot, leaf spot, dieback and gummosis diseases. This paper has heighted the multifarious benefits of jackfruit plant and described the problems and solutions of jackfruit cultivation in agroforestry system of Bangladesh.
Ahasan Ullah Khan
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The Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus L.) is well-known as "poor man's food" fruit in Bangladesh. It is widely consumed by most of the rural people and it is the national fruit of Bangladesh. The main aim of this review is to document the medicinal significance of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus L.), major parts and uses of the jackfruit in Bangladesh. This article was based on mostly a literature review. All parts of the fruit and plant are used as human food, animal feed and wood source for furniture. Although jack-fruit is the main fruit of the tree, it is used as furniture for its beautiful texture and wood color. Jackfruit contains anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-helminthic properties. The fruit is rich in carbohydrates, minerals, carboxylic acids, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. The seed is rich in manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium iron and lectins and thus meets up nutritional requirements for the rural people. The present study attempted to review the medicinal importance, health-promoting effects of jackfruit and seeds with special emphasis on their applications in the food.
In Bangladesh, the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) reported the first COVID-19 positive patients in the country on March 8, 2020. The world health organization (WHO) declared a COVID-19 epidemic on March 11, 2020. The aim of this study was related to the situation and relation of tests, infested, recovered and death of people against COVID-19 of Bangladesh. The study was carried out from 8 March 2020 to 30 April 2021 (N=419 days) to observe the status of Bangladesh towards rampant COVID-19. The data of this research was collected from IEDCR, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), and cross-checked with different newspapers and online news portals. Correlations were made using Spearman's rank correlation coefficient. The total tests, infection, recovered and died were 5357294, 747761, 669995 and 11250; respectively in Bangladesh. The tests of COVID-19 were 1482, 69252, 244064, 460528, 409503, 362113, 397452, 389452, 436862, 454892, 424034, 392403 and 722848 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The infestation of COVID-19 was 49, 7616, 39486, 98330, 92125, 73070, 50457, 44205, 57248, 58948, 21629, 11077 and 128555 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The recovered of COVID-19 was 25, 135, 7904, 34845, 76517, 69452, 71600, 48658, 56099, 70367, 22285, 17140 and 150816 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The death of COVID-19 was 6, 163, 472, 1198, 1264, 1125, 970, 666, 718, 938, 568, 277 and 2237 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The maximum number of people infested and death in April, 2021. The positive correlation found between infested with tests and recovered with tests of April, 2021 by people where (R2= 0.5289, p<0.012 and 0.0000006 p<0.05) and the negative correlation found between tests with date and death with tests (R2= 0.2567, p<0.01 and 0.3614, p<0.01). All the Spearman correlation positive with moderate to strong relation between the variables at the 0.01 level in two-tailed and the total number was n=419. The mean Spearman correlation for tests was 0.31 (range 0.553 to 0.634), for infested was 0.35 (range 0.611 to 0.880), for recovered was 0.796 (range 0.634 to 0.799), for death was 0.808 (range 0.553 to 0.880). March to December 2020 and January to February 2021, not much less than April 2021. More people infested and died in April, 2021 than previous year. This study also indicated that there is moderate to strong relation among tests, infested, recovered and death with COVID-(2020-2021).
This chapter mainly attention to the management of the diseases of different grain crops, vegetables, flower crops, oil crops, and others. The diseases were very harmful to produce the quality crops/fruits and this paper study on the common name and scientific name of the common diseases/causal organisms in different plants. This paper investigated the use of biochemical, chemical, and biological insecticides in the field and also with the cultural practices in the seedbed, field, and storage condition. The farmers used balance fertilizer and also used chemical insecticides to minimize crop damage. It has been estimated that of the average at 36.5% of total losses, 14.2% are caused by disease, 15.1% by insects, and 6.2% by weeds. This chapter has efforted the prescription to the disease’s management in farmer fields. Hence, I think if this book is available for all agriculturists and farmers then they will benefit.
Ahasan Ullah Khan
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MS PowerPoint: MS PowerPoint is a program that is included in the Microsoft Office suite. It is used to make presentations for personal and professional purposes. Basics of MS PowerPoint: Discussed below are a few questions that one must be aware of while discussing the basics of MS PowerPoint. Once this is understood, using the program and analysing how to use it more creatively shall become easier.
The International Association Of Lions Clubs Lions District 320 A Certificate Of Appreciation In appreciation for active participation in GROWTH HACK virtual International Students Webinar
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Ahasan Ullah Khan
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In Bangladesh, the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) reported the first COVID-19 positive patients in the country on March 8, 2020. The world health organization (WHO) declared a COVID-19 epidemic on March 11, 2020. Several studies have indicated that densely populated urban environments and the heavy dependence on traffic could increase the potential spread of COVID-19. The aim of this study was related to the situation of tests, infestation, recovery and death of people against COVID-19 of Bangladesh. The study was carried out from 8 March 2020 to 30 April 2021 to observe the status of Bangladesh towards rampant COVID-19. The data of this research was collected from IEDCR, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), and cross-checked with different newspapers and online news portals. The total tests, infection, recovered and died were 4042037, 554240, 475027 and 8365; respectively in Bangladesh. The tests of COVID-19 were 1482, 69252, 244064, 460528, 409503, 362113, 397452, 389452, 436862, 454892, 424034, 392403 and 722848 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The infestation of COVID-19 was 49, 7616, 39486, 98330, 92125, 73070, 50457, 44205, 57248, 58948, 21629, 11077 and 128555 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The recovered of COVID-19 was 25, 135, 7904, 34845, 76517, 69452, 71600, 48658, 56099, 70367, 22285, 17140 and 150816 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The death of COVID-19 was 6, 163, 472, 1198, 1264, 1125, 970, 666, 718, 938, 568, 277 and 2237 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. March to December 2020 and January to February 2021, not much less than April 2021. Fewer people died in January-February in 2021 than previous year, but the number of tests remained the same. The government take necessary devise suitable policies such as total social distancing. Therefore, we should have a good practice of protective awareness, and the government should take originating the training and supervision of rural and town trainees for minimizing COVID-19 infestation in Bangladesh.
Compacted information on Apiculture cultivation concerning present status, benefits, challenges, problems, prospects, and production is very important for developing this sector. So, the review paper aims to compile information on apiculture cultivation in Bangladesh. Apiculture production is increasing due to the high demand for honey and increasing crop pollination. Giant honey bee (Apis dorsata), little honeybee (A. florae), Asian honey bee (A. cerana), and Western honey bee (A. mellifera) are the most preferable species and cultivated by the farmers, but the maximum cultivation is confined to A. mellifera. Mostly young aged educated people are adopting apiculture farming as the commercial basis in Bangladesh. Apiculture production is easy to work because it requires only a little technical efficiency and a highly profitable agribusiness as evident for its profitable benefit cost ratio (BCR 1.59-3.70). Although apiculture increased agriculture production, some problems are confronting by the apiculture growers during cultivation and marketing including lack of cultivation house, unavailability of good spawn, capital shortage, lack of equipment’s, lack of available market and promotion at the local level, lack of storage facilities, etc. which are needed to be addressed for further development of this sector. It will be a great source of employment creation for the rural poor people to reduce the poverty. Inhabitants of honey bees were moderately decreased due to unsuitable use of pesticides/herbicides, deforestation, water contamination, and bush burning. Therefore, the application of chemical pesticides during the flowering period should be avoided. Chemical pesticides should also be substituted with bio-rational, plant derivative products and microbial pesticides to minimize the toxicity of chemicals to pollinators.
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Background: COVID-19 is the serious ruin of the current century that emaciated health, economy, and everyday life. Objectives: The goals of this research work were associated with the condition and relation of tests, infested, recovered, and death of people against SARS-CoV-2 from May, 1 to June 30, 2021. Methods: The research plan was carried out from 1 May to 30 June 2021 (N=61 days) to state the position of Bangladesh towards widespread COVID-19. The information in this study was composed from different government organizations. Results: The total cases, infection, recovered, and death were 1100361, 149576, 136159, and 2864; respectively during the study period. In May 2021, the total number of covid-19 tests, infested, recovered and death was 439111, 36858, 49147, and 975; respectively. In June 2021, the total number of covid-19 tests, infested, recovered and death was 661250, 112718, 87012, and 1889; respectively. The maximum number of COVID-19 infested was 1914 on May, 4; recovered 3870 on May, 4; and death 69 on May, 2. The minimum number of COVID-19 infested was 261 on May, 15; recovered 601 on May, 16; and death 17 on May, 26. The maximum number of COVID-19 infested was 8822 and recovered was 4550 on June, 30; and death was 119 on June, 27. The minimum number of COVID-19 infested was 1447 and recovered was 1667 on June, 5; and death was 30 on June, 3 and 7. In May and June, a positive correlation was observed between the test with infested, recovered, and death people and a negative relationship found between a date with daily tests of COVID-19 where (R2= 0.8359, 0.2147, 0.1424, and 0.0035 and R2= 0.6016,1, 1, and 0.6488). All the variables were noted that the correlation was positive with moderate to strong relationships at the 0.01 level in the two-tailed Spearman relationship. The mean Spearman relationship for tests, infested, recovered and death was 0.606, 0.756, 0.689, and 0.736. This research has additionally shown that there is a moderate to strong relation among tests, infested, recovered, and death with SARS-CoV-2. Conclusions: COVID-19 has spread rapidly to sixty-four districts in Bangladesh. The continuing occurrence of COVID-19 infections has emphasized the importance of the quick and accurate 118 laboratory diagnoses to limit the spread as well as befittingly treat. In this situation, people should avoid public gathering places as much as possible and return home as soon as possible after finishing work.
Valentin Vasilev
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At present, the crisis of confidence in the public sector and the ongoing efforts of government worldwide to seek security solutions in various areas of social and economic life are new challenges. The general dissatisfaction with the functioning of the public sector has caused the need for reforms in the public administration and, above all, for effective public management, aimed at seeking tools for effective change management and adequate crisis response, which is undoubtedly linked to the increased role of security in modern society in all its dimensions. In such a context, the role of effective change management in crisis management is an increasingly common problem area in public institutions, and the good implementation of this management tool implies higher levels of efficiency in organizations Yearbook , VOL: XVII, Higher School of Security and Economics, Plovdiv, ISSN:2367-8798 Годишник; Том XVII, Висше училище по сигурност и икономика; Пловдив; ISSN:2367-8798
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In Bangladesh, the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) reported the first COVID-19 positive patients in the country on March 8, 2020. The world health organization (WHO) declared a COVID-19 epidemic on March 11, 2020. The aim of this study was related to the situation and relation of tests, infested, recovered and death of people against COVID-19 of Bangladesh. The study was carried out from 8 March 2020 to 30 April 2021 (N=419 days) to observe the status of Bangladesh towards rampant COVID-19. The data of this research was collected from IEDCR, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), and cross-checked with different newspapers and online news portals. Correlations were made using Spearman's rank correlation coefficient. The total tests, infection, recovered and died were 5357294, 747761, 669995 and 11250; respectively in Bangladesh. The tests of COVID-19 were 1482, 69252, 244064, 460528, 409503, 362113, 397452, 389452, 436862, 454892, 424034, 392403 and 722848 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The infestation of COVID-19 was 49, 7616, 39486, 98330, 92125, 73070, 50457, 44205, 57248, 58948, 21629, 11077 and 128555 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The recovered of COVID-19 was 25, 135, 7904, 34845, 76517, 69452, 71600, 48658, 56099, 70367, 22285, 17140 and 150816 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The death of COVID-19 was 6, 163, 472, 1198, 1264, 1125, 970, 666, 718, 938, 568, 277 and 2237 in March to December, 2020 to January to April 2021; respectively in Bangladesh. The maximum number of people infested and death in April, 2021. The positive correlation found between infested with tests and recovered with tests of April, 2021 by people where (R2= 0.5289, p<0.012 and 0.0000006 p<0.05) and the negative correlation found between tests with date and death with tests (R2= 0.2567, p<0.01 and 0.3614, p<0.01). All the Spearman correlation positive with moderate to strong relation between the variables at the 0.01 level in two-tailed and the total number was n=419. The mean Spearman correlation for tests was 0.31 (range 0.553 to 0.634), for infested was 0.35 (range 0.611 to 0.880), for recovered was 0.796 (range 0.634 to 0.799), for death was 0.808 (range 0.553 to 0.880). March to December 2020 and January to February 2021, not much less than April 2021. More people infested and died in April, 2021 than previous year. This study also indicated that there is moderate to strong relation among tests, infested, recovered and death with COVID-(2020-2021).
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The purpose of the article is to examine the features of the COVID-19 crisis and the ongoing processes of increasing social responsibility and effective communication. Recent events in the world have put the management of organizations in a new and unfamiliar situation and leadership. Moreover, organizations have had to look like never before for solutions that accumulate many new challenges - from economic survival and development; human resource management in a highly changed environment, before the adoption of management tools and good practices that manage to increase and keep people motivated at a high level. The presented experience of foreign social practices, allowing to accumulate resources in a crisis period. It has been substantiated that the motivation for increasing social responsibility in organizations is the opportunity to realize not only their leadership positions, but also to get the opportunity to recognize their importance and need. The study focuses on the possibility of obtaining positive results in a crisis situation, developing social responsibility. As a result, some practices in the context of challenges implemented in Bulgaria and other countries have been generalized and structured.
MODERN TRENDS IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CRISIS CONDITIONS – AN IDEA OF A COMMON VISION International Webinar: “Progress and Tendencies” Higher School of Security and Economics
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The world is changing at tearing speed. Much of what is taken for granted and tradition in each area is rethought and redefined. On the agenda is the moment of "fine-tuning" management systems and adapting them to new realities. The finer and more sensitive this setting is and the more adequately it responds to external changes, the more effective the managerial communication in the organization. The use of new management techniques is an integral part of the work of modern organizations. A key difference is undoubtedly the enormous pressure that organizations are currently under. In this regard, the application and testing of new techniques successfully applied in other organizations is likely to continue to expand and lead to better results and more hope for the future. Time has brought a new perception of the organization-the time has come to look for the "soul of the organization"! Benchmarking as a modern management tool is becoming more and more successful in the practice of modern organizations and its proper use is a kind of guarantee for the development of flexibility and adaptability of the structures of successful managers. The use of new management methods is an integral part of the reforming picture of management and is a key factor for competitiveness. On the other hand, many organizations are conservative in terms of changes in their activities, lack of initiative on the part of employees in their work and lack of flexibility in managing some processes due to over-centralization of decision-making processes. https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/4957
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Published in: „Perspectives of Law and Public Administration“; Volume 9, Issue 2, December 2020; ISSN 2601-7830; ISSN-L 2601-783; p. 209-219 The paper explores the changing role of leadership in a modern organisational context. The objective is to pay attention to the relationship between traditions and dynamically changed realities in contemporary management. The relatively new phenomenon-deliberative democracy practices-and their use in modern governance are under scrutiny. The central thesis of this paper is that efficient leadership and deliberative democracy are not competing, but reconcilable paradigms and could exist in a good symbiosis. Classical research methods, such as comparative analysis of theories and practices, are used in the elaboration of the paper. The systematic approach to seek a holistic vision for the improvement of leadership in a democracy is also used. A small-scale qualitative survey among the random population about the role of leadership, public deliberation and their interaction in a time of intensive social processes adds extra value to the research. The biggest challenge faced by the theory and practice is identified-to instrumentalise the leadership and deliberative practices efficiently so that the decisions taken to be considered rational, legitimate, and protecting fundamental human and other rights of all affected who will feel respected and committed to their implementation.
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Motivation and organizational culture are complex and difficult to explore problems, embodying multi- disciplinary sound and characteristics. Public administration, for its part, is also a complex and multi-component system with a multidisciplinary nature of the constituents and complexity of its interacting ele-ments. The combination of motivation, organizational culture and public administration, in the context of the above, also determines the complexity and specificity of the challenge in the study of the relationship between these two cate-forests. The motivation of employees in the public administration has been established as one of the main priority issues in recent years. The fact is, however, that first and foremost the motivation and commitment of the organizations in the public administration is approached very generally and often do not take into account management decisions with the laws of good management and with the specific needs of the organizations. Good governance requires careful and precise sub-move, especially strongly expressed in the relationship motivation- employee-leader. This precise approach, in our view, is particularly important in order for public administration to develop and strengthen in its work a number of global practices and achievements. Such a development is preceded by a hard work, a new approach to the motivation of employees, by individuality in working with them. Мотивацията и организационната култура са сложни и трудни за изследване проблеми, въплъщаващи в себе си мулти- дисциплинарно звучене и характеристики. Публичната администрация от своя страна също е сложнa и многокомпонентна система с мултидисциплинарен характер на съставните части и сложност на взаимодействащите си еле- менти. Съчетанието на мотивация, организационната култура и публичната администрация, в контекста на горепосочено- то, обуславя и сложността и спецификата на предизвикател- ството при изследването на релацията между тези две кате- гории. Мотивацията на служителите в публичната администра- ция се утвърждава като една от основните приоритетни об- ласти в последните години. Факт е обаче, че преди всичко се подхожда към мотивацията и обвързаността и с организаци- онната култура в публичната администрация много общо и често не се съобразяват управленските решения със законите на добрия мениджмънт и с конкретните потребности на орга- низациите. Доброто управление налага внимателен и прецизен под- ход, особено силно изразяващ се и в релацията мотивация- служител-ръководител. Този прецизен подход, според нас, е особено важен с оглед на това публичната администрация да развие и утвърди в работата си редица световни практики и постижения. Такова развитие се предшества от усилена рабо- та, от нов подход към мотивацията на служителите, от инди- видуалност в работата с тях.
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Organizational trust is an essential element of organizational behaviour and in a broader context of human resources management. It is an essential component of organizational culture, reflecting values, psychological needs and problems, leadership and decision making processes, level of commitment and employee motivation. The application of individual components of the theoretical concept of organizational trust within the human resources management in the public administration is an appropriate management tool for upgrading various policies-at local and national level as well as to seek solutions and realize conceptual projects in order to enhance the overall efficiency of the public administration.
Анотация: Научные исследования, акцентирующие на иновационных управленческих инструментах, повышают эффективность организаций и значительно расширяют возможности для их развития [1]. Публичное управление нуждается во все более совершенном организационном развитии, адаптивном к изменениям в среде. Мегатенденции в современном обществе отражают целостное изменение общественных настроений, геополитические процессы, политические кризисы, состояние лидерской „декомпрессии“ на всех управленческих уровнях и необходимости от осознания реальностей в развивающимся новом мире[2]. Abstract: Research focusing on innovative management tools increases the efficiency of organizations and significantly increases the opportunities for their development. Public management needs more perfect organizational development, adaptable to changes in the environment. Megatrends in contemporary society reflect the overall change in public attitudes, geopolitical shifts, political crises, the state of leadership "decompression" all levels of government and the need for awareness of the realities in the developing new world Published in: сборник от Всероссийской научно-практической конференции «Профессиональное развитие государственных и муниципальных служащих в современных условиях: состояние и перспективы»; гр.Уфа, Русия; ГБОУ ВО «Башкирская академия государственной службы и управления при Главе Республики Башкортостан»; ФГБОУ ВО «Башкирский государственный университет», Институт истории и государственного управления; 2018 г.; стр.104-111; ISBN 978-5-4457-0106-4; eLIBRARY ID: 36480665; https://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=36480665
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Published in: Научно издателски център „Социосфера“; Пенза, Русия; Международна научно-практическа конференция „Личност, общество, държава, право“; /15-16.10.2011 г./доклад/; 2011 г.; 75-82; ISBN 978-5-91990-039-9 ; http://sociosphera.com/files/conference/2011/k-34-10-11.pdf Resume: In the course of the recent years the human resources management has changed considerably. The crisis situations of various natures are among the major factors of evolution of the science of management. The subject of this paper is the role of crisis and the efficient human resources management in the modern organization.
TO THE READERS The accession of Bulgaria to the European Union in the beginning of 2007 marked the beginning of a wave of changes in the expectations for the efficiency and effectiveness of the work of public administration, as a result of which the public sector organizations faced radically different challenges. Some of these new expectations are expressed in the consolidation of the team form of work in the working day-to-day life of the public administration and its constant improvement, as well as in the direction of the search for proven good practices that are appropriate and applicable in the work of the administration, increasing its efficiency and effectiveness. The specificity of these challenges has led to the urgent need to bring the theoretical achievements of science closer to practical management. In this regard, numerous studies, surveys and analyses have been carried out and new management tools have been introduced and offered to practitioners, the popular and established ones thus receiving their enriched application options. In recent years, a number of universities have succeeded in innovative research and have come closer to practice, and the Institute for Public Administration, for its part, has continued to provoke and motivate the interest of administrations to be innovative through its competitions, projects and professional forums, thus making reasonable the expectation for convergence of scientific research to the practical dimensions of daily activity in public administration at central and local levels. In this context, this edition summarizes the practical and research experience of its compilers and is an attempt to bring together the current theoretical formulations for teamwork and to provide readers with a wide choice of practical tools for improving the efficiency of applying the team form of work in organizations. In this regard, the textbook “Teams and team effectiveness. Theoretical Navigator and Practical Guide“ is aimed at a wide readership - both for students in the fields of Public Administration, Public Relations, National Security, Law, and employees in the public administration, business organizations and organizations in the non-governmental sector.
Internal communications are an important element and have a direct connection with the management of an organization. About 60 % of the problems in the management of an organization are due to poor communications. Communication in an organization is associated with the transmission of certain knowledge about the nature and role of the organization, implementing and maintaining motivation, organizational cohesion and sense of belonging, inspiring the development of know-how. This leads to increased confidence in the government, and it in turn affects productivity and motivation. In the transitional period or at a time of crisis, internal communications play a key role in the transmission of important messages, often preventing incorrect and damaging rumors. If people in the organization are aware of the rules of communication in times of crisis, the organization has a chance to minimize interpretations of what happened in the media.
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The new challenges in work of public administration in Bulgaria have been an actual fact for two decades already. With the accession to the EU the administrative structures of the state have encountered the heavy burden of a set of new rules and requirements to work with staff. The lack of recognized specialists, the little time, the pressing deadlines have brought to the search of new solutions by some managing persons. The outsourcing has been increasingly implemented in the management of organizations in the public sphere as a successful tool of management.
Bulgaria's forthcoming accession to the European Union, globalisation, the development of information and communication technologies put pressure on the public sector for the efficiency and efficiency of the work and high results. A fundamental problem is the creation and development of public administration and public management, analogous to European practices in this area. Despite many years of transition, the reform, i.e. the modernisation of public administration, still has a difficult time influencing administrative structures to adopt management approaches that are a prerequisite for achieving efficiency, efficiency and economy /the basic principles of effective public management/. Due to its scale, public administration should try to be more flexible, dynamic and easily adaptable to successful European practices in the field of human resources management, but a number of objective and subjective prerequisites hinder these processes. Exclusive role for their overcoming have: - Enhancing professionalism in human resources management in municipalities through the application of effective management practices, by optimizing the organizational and functional model of public administration; - Providing systematic knowledge of human resources management and skills for the application of modern management tools; Предстоящото присъединяване на България към Европейския съюз, глобализацията, развитието на информационните и комуникационните технологии оказват натиск върху публичния сектор за ефективността и ефикасността на работата и постигане на високи резултати. Проблем с фундаментален характер е създаване и развитие на публична администрация и публичен мениджмънт, аналогични с европейските практики в тази област. Въпреки немалкото години на преход, реформата, т.е. модернизацията на публичната администрация, все още трудно въздейства върху административните структури да възприемат управленски подходи, които са предпоставка за постигане на ефективност, ефикасност и икономичност /основните принципи на ефективния публичен мениджмънт/. Поради своите мащаби би следвало публичната администрация да се опитва да бъде по-гъвкава, динамична и лесно приспособима към успешните европейски практики в областта на управлението на човешките ресурси, но редица обективни и субективни предпоставки възпрепятстват тези процеси. Изключителна роля за тяхното преодоляване имат: - Повишаването на професионализма в управлението на човешките ресурси в общините чрез приложение на ефективни управленски практики, чрез оптимизиране на организационно-функционалния модел на публичната администрация; - Осигуряването на системни познания по управление на човешките ресурси и формиране на умения за приложение на съвременни управленски инструменти; - Индикиране на различните успешни добри практики и тяхното мултиплициране. Учебното пособие „Управление на човешките ресурси в публичната сфера” е първото по рода си издание съчетаващо в себе си основите на управлението на човешките ресурси със спецификата на приложението му в публичната сфера. Разработвайки материала авторите са имали в предвид, че публичната администрация е механизъм и, в известен смисъл, носител на държавността, независимо от партийния аспект на политическия процес, от политическото надмощие в различните периоди, от политическите борби за и във властта. От друга страна, отразен е адекватно и фактът, че публичната администрация произтича от закона и е механизъм на законността, на прилагането на нормативна уредба относно всички социални субекти, независимо от техния обществен статут. Особено важна характеристика на книгата е акцентирането на взаимовръзката между утвърдените теоретични подходи в управлението на човешките ресурси, с нормативните документи, очертаващи работата на публичната администрация. Разработката е насочено към широка читателска целева група – освен студенти по „Публична администрация” изучаващи учебната дисциплина „Управление на човешките ресурси”, може да се използва и от студенти по „Право” изучаващи дисциплината „Държавна служба и държавен служител”. Пособието би било полезно и за служители от централната и териториална администрация, с оглед на новите предизвикателства свързани с присъединяването на страната ни към ЕС. Учебното пособие е структурирано според последните тенденции за изграждане на съвременни учебни материали в ЕС и света и може да се използва за дистанционно обучение.
Резюме Организационното доверие е основен елемент от организационното поведение и в по-широк контекст от управлението на човешките ресурси. То е основен компонент на организационната култура, отразявайки ценности, психологически нужди и проблеми, лидерство и процес на вземане на решения, ниво на обвързване и мотивация на служителите. Прилагането на индивидуални компоненти от теоретическата концепция за организационното доверие в рамките на управлението на човешките услуги в публичната администрация, е подходящ управленски инструмент за обновяване на различни политики – на местно и национално ниво, както и за намиране на решения и реализиране на концептуални проекти, с цел подобряване на общата ефективност на публичната администрация. Ключови думи: публична администрация, организационно доверие, организационна култура, мотивиране на служителите Published in: списание „Публични политики.bg“; Vol 8, № 1; 2017 г.; ISSN 1314-2313; стр.14-23; http://ejpp.eu/index.php/ejpp/article/view/224
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Summary: In the last decade, the communication process and its elements have emerged as a key security factor in modern organizations. Internal communications as a component of the common communication infrastructure are an important element and have a direct connection with the management and security of an organisation. Communication in the organization is related to the transmission of certain knowledge, information about the essence and role of the organization, implementation and maintenance of motivation, organizational traction and sense of belonging, inspiring to develop know-how. This leads to an increase in trust in the government, and in turn affects productivity and motivation. In times of crisis, internal communications play a key role in the transmission of important messages, often preventing inaccurate and disastrous rumours, thus affecting the common security policy in the organisation. If people in the organization are familiar with the rules of communication in times of crisis, then the organization has a chance to minimize interpretations of what happened in the media. Keywords: internal communication, security system, human resources management, public service, crisis and crisis situations Резюме: В последното десетилетие като ключов фактор за сигурността в съвременните организации се очертаха комуникационният процес и неговите елементи. Вътрешните комуникации като компонент от общата комуникационна инфраструктура са важен елемент и имат пряка връзка с управлението и сигурността на една организация. Комуникацията в организацията е свързана с предаването на определено знание, информация за същността и ролята на организацията, внедряване и поддържане на мотивация, организационно сцепление и усещане за принадлежност, вдъхновяване за разработване на ноу-хау. Това води до увеличаване на доверието в управляващите, а то от своя страна се отразява върху производителността и мотивацията. В момент на криза вътрешните комуникации играят ключова роля в предаването на важни послания, често предотвратявайки неточни и пагубни слухове, отразявайки се по този начин на общата политика за сигурност в организацията. Ако хората в организацията са запознати с правилата за комуникация по време на криза, то организацията има шанс да намали до минимум интерпретациите на случилото се в медиите. Ключови думи: вътрешна комуникация, система за сигурност, управление на човешките ресурси, пъблик рилейшънс, криза и кризисни ситуации Published in: списание „Международна политика“, год.XII, брой 1; стр.91-102; 2016 г.; ISSN 2367-5373; http://ip.swu.bg/mod/data/view.php?d=1&perpage=10&search=2017&sort=1&order=DESC&advanced=0&filter=1&advanced=1&f_1=2016&f_2=1&f_3=&f_4=&f_5=&f_6=
Strategic human resource management is a new component part of the contemporary organization. It increases manyfold the efficiency and the efficacy (of the work) of the human capital in the organization. The opportunity for advancement on the career ladder within the organization, on the other hand, gives stability and flexibility of the management. The development of projects for the implementation of strategic human resource management is a symbol of organizational perfectness.
The general dissatisfaction with the functioning of the public sector has caused a gradual need for reforms in the public administration and, above all, for effective public management, aimed at finding tools for effective change management and adequate response to crisis situations. In such a context, this process is undoubtedly linked to the current situation and the crisis of confidence in the public sector, as well as to the ongoing efforts of global governance in search of solutions to increase security in various areas of social and economic life are challenges of a new kind. The study presents the author's vision for balanced change management, focusing on the search for innovative solutions aimed at specific and focused goals and goal setting. Why is there talk of a crisis of confidence in public sector governance worldwide? What are the challenges associated with this growing trend? Undoubtedly, the public sector is making serious efforts of focused management in the search for solutions in the field of increasing security in various areas of social and economic life which are challenges of the new era. And more. How can governments tackle long-standing problems and innovate using next-generation solutions-such as artificial intelligence and automation-in pragmatic and risk-taking ways? The digital revolution in the public sector is just beginning and can help governments be more innovative to improve the experience of citizens, better engage employees and achieve a step change in operational efficiency and effectiveness. Authoritative research and analysis reveals that artificial intelligence has the potential to achieve additional global economic activity of about $ 13 trillion by 2030, or about 16 percent higher cumulative GDP than today. In addition, we believe that automation alone can increase global productivity growth by 0.8 to 1.4 percent per year. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/4709
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Abstract Governance in the public sphere is increasingly complicated and unpredictable. In recent years, the application of broad consultation mechanisms of various kinds has been a key factor in public administration. This paper focuses on digital, "smart" solutions that aim to maximize the effective involvement of stakeholders in the preparation, implementation and monitoring of public policies. Issues related to the application of innovative methods in the development of public policies based on broad consultation mechanisms, including digital ones, will expand in the coming years and will undoubtedly be a key factor in expanding the capacity of public organizations for effective management and positive results. Key words: public policies, public administration, civic engagement, digital solutions. Published in: Юбилейната международна научна конференция „Икономическа наука, образование и реална икономика: развитие и взаимодействия в дигиталната епоха“, посветена на 100 годишнина от създаването на Икономически университет-Варна; Том II; стр. 569-579; ISBN 978-954-21-1038-5; 2020 г. https://ue-varna.bg/~uevarna/uploads/filemanager/303/publishing-complex/2020/Economic_science_education_real_economy_T2_2020.pdf