The effective functioning of the individual within the society should be assisted by the government, which was viewed not merely as an autocratic power, but as facilitator of social progress. establishment
the accompanying belief in technology has become a value of its own" (Waldo, 1978, p.43). The major contemporary principles of this system are following: 1) sustainable progress; 2) shared responsibility; 3) effective government; 4) constant prosperity.
Effective government is an important component of just society, and the government should create effective infrastructures and services, which cannot be provided by private sector of services. Moreover, government provides a judicial system that determines effective functioning of our society in terms of equitability and righteousness. "Government provides coordinated planning and incentives that help businesses adjust to changing circumstances. Government provides the means of coordinating actions with other countries" (Hays, 1959, p.139).
Prosperity and shared responsibility are important contributors to individual and social happiness, since they provide high quality of life as well as social conscience and identity. In order to succeed, people should take the responsibility at least for their own lives and behaviors, which helps them rely on themselves without blaming others in their own faults and shortcomings.
In addition, I would like to mention the results of my research, related to the implementation of Progressive Value System inmanagement and governing. First of all , I would like to refer to several writers, who explored this area and to my own methods, which combined content- and context-analysis of those writings and the researches that were conducted in the 20th century.
A 1995 article in Public Administration Review examines the interaction of 'Political science, public administration and the rise of the American administrative state' (Lee, 1995). The most prominent adepts of political thought of the beginning of the 20th century , such as W.W.Willoughby, John Burgess, Woodrow Wilson, Francis Lieber, Frank Goodnow, were concerned about the ideology of science and progress. The basis of this doctrine was a concept that science was seen as the method of comprehending and controlling transformations taking place in the society (Nelson, 1991).
Scientific management was a set of concepts related to the ability of scientific knowledge to change the environment as well as of the political organizations by which this knowledge would be put to practice. The theory of "scientific management redefines what had hitherto been political problems as management problems, the solution of which is governed by the logic of science" (Lee, 1995, p. 541). Furthermore, this theory pursued the goal of