It’s so great to see the dialogue on diversity and women in leadership evolving. Times are changing quickly and the old rhetoric doesn’t resonate with everyone or with the next generation. Sharyn O’Neill was particularly impressive today....her candour is rarely seen from someone in her position (WA’s Public Sector Commissioner) nor is her passion, insight and realism. Diversity is a logical strategic imperative that is so much broader than what we tend to focus on. Hopefully one day we won’t segment society and just merely treat everyone with respect.
Geert Bouckaert is professor at the Public Governance Institute at KU Leuven. He is president of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS) and he publishes on performance management, public sector reform and financial cycles. And, very proudly, we can say that he teaches on „Public Sector Reform“ in the MPM Program for 15 years now and his seminar started today 💪🏻🤓🎓#mpm_potsdam
THE STATE OF AH GAYAP- is also the state of small rural farming. The gayap, not only holds infrastructural solutions for communities, it contains vital social tools, in passing on traditional skills, getting to understand our neighbors better, important opportunities to pass on academic knowledge, challenging ignorance and arrogance. So, the gayap should be a stable performance in our communities, we should encourage it, develop it....yet, this gayap, came about due to an absence of the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation; through their county, URP, CEPEP programs, in maintaining the infrastructure of the Heights of Aripo....so when we could have been organizing gayaps, to improve small farming, we have to be making drains, which our taxes should be sustaining, soon to come, property tax! Are they willing to ensure me, by paying property taxes, I/we will see an improvement in the maintenance program to the infrastructure of rural communities? PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM! #gayap#smallfarmersdoing#community#diggingadrain#agriculture#publicsectorreform
Thailand always fascinates me--how its public management is situated within the field of public policy and vice versa. Now it's time to find out how recent bureaucratic reforms in Thailand and the Philippines can be assessed from a comparative and theoretical perspective 👍better start developing that conceptual framework now 😬 #thailand#philippines#3000wordessay#publicsectorreform
Yeah right - regram @jamaicagleaner Finance and Planning Minister Dr Peter Phillips has rubbished claims that there will be massive job cuts as the Government introduces a public-sector reform exercise to reduce the wage bill as agreed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He, however, admitted that some public-sector employees could lose their jobs as the administration moves to ensure wages are reduced to nine per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP). File 📷 by @taylor2nd. See more: bit.ly/NoMassiveCuts. #nomassivejobcuts#publicsectorreform