At the level of Romanian public institutions, strongly centralized and conservatively from the managerial point of view, the participation of public sector employees in the decision-making process through various forms imposed by the institution was formal and without content, due to an over-regulated and totally centralized ideology. Thus, the lack of participative experience and practice, backed up by an exercise undertaken in public organizations in the early 1990s, led to a reconstruction of the collective mentality. The paper is concerned with the analysis of participative management at AFDJ (Lower Danube River Administration) Galati.
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