There is an issue in the civil/public service that is very interesting and very important but we seem to forget it or we choose not to give it due attention.
The issue is, MOTIVATION!!!
We seem to have been carried away by issues surrounding reforms. But no matter the literature we generate on reforms, if the actors in the arena of reforms are not motivated, do you think the reforms can succeed?
I would not want to say much. My simple…Continue
Reforming the Public Sector: Can it be Done?
The answer to this question is polar: Yes and No. Yes, if reform is carried out taking into consideration peculiarities of individual countries. No, if we view reform only from the perspective of reducing cost of administration.
From 1999 to date Nigeria has embarked on series of reform in the country. NEEDS I and other reform documents…Continue
Some key lessons learnt for successful and sustainable implementation of PSR in Sub-Saharan Africa, bearing in mind country specific contexts and factors include: top level political commitment and leadership; robust prioritization and sequencing of reform activities; early attention to pay reforms, low and inequitable compensation levels; a public sector with a results-oriented organizational culture; over dependence on donor funding hurts reform implementation ; and
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Lesotho's health sector faces daunting challenges:
An innovative public-private partnership scheme--with the Government of Lesotho, Tsepong Consortium, IFC Advisory Services, the World Bank, and the Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA)--aims to create a…Continue
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