Personnel Records

A Strategic Resource for Public Sector Management

Paperback: £36.00
978-0-85092-552-4

Personnel Records

Contributors: Piers Cain, Anne Thurston
Series Title: Current Good Practices and New Developments in Public Sector Management
Publication date: 1 January 1998
Size: 240mm x 165mm
ISBN: 978-0-85092-552-4
Pages: 186

Commonwealth member governments have been taking part in a unique mapping exercise, identifying the actual changes which have been made in some key areas of public service management. PERSONNEL RECORDS: A STRATEGIC RESOURCE FOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT is part of the Public Service Thematic Series which envisages setting out the results of research projects, in selected countries or group of countries, to provide real insight into the real managerial and structural changes within selected areas of public service.

In providing some firm ground on which those public servants, who are faced with the challenge of public service reform, can stand while assessing the options available, the Public Service Thematic Series marks a milestone in the debate concerning specific areas of management of the public service.

ContentsExpand or collapse me
Overview of Findings
1. Introduction
2. Methodology
3. Policy Context for Automated Personnel Systems
4. Impact of Computerisation in Africa
5. Outline of the Projects Investigated
6. Implementing Computer Projects
7. The Role of Records 8. Data Exchange
9. Management of Electric Records
10. Conclusions
11. Business Process Analysis Diagrams: Obtaining Reliable Records Sources for a Personnel Database

Uganda Case Study
12. Introduction
13. Methodology
14. Policy Context for Personnel Information in Central Government and Information System
15. Central Government: the Computerised Personnel System
16. Implications for Decentralisation
17. Conclusions
18. Appendices

Ghana Case Study
19. Introduction
20. Methodology
21. Policy Context
22. The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Database
23. Conclusions
24. Appendices

Zimbabwe Case Study
25. Introduction
26. Methodology
27. Policy Context
28. The Human Resources Information System (HRIS) Project
29. Data Sources for HRIS
30. Management of Electronic Records
31. Conclusions
32. Appendices