Promoting Good Governance: Principles, Practices and Perspectives
This book aims to show that a strong and achieving public service is a necessary condition for a competitively successful nation. The concept of good governance is linked with institutionalised values such as democracy, observance of human rights and greater effectiveness of the public sector.
Designing Performance Appraisals: Assessing Needs and Designing Performance Management Systems in the Public Sector
This is an examination of the ways and means of designing performance appraisal systems as a result of the public sector reforms taking place in many Commonwealth countries. It looks at ways of designing and institutionalizing performance management measures.
Redefining Management Roles: Improving the Functional Relationship between Ministers and Permanent Secretaries
A study of the functional relationship between ministers and permanent secretaries. It highlights the problems they face in the management and reform of the public service and redefines their role and responsibilities. Includes case studies of Britain, Canada, and Trinidad and Tobago.
- Agriculture Expand or collapse me
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- Economic development
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- Youth policy