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  • The Civil Service System

    such a vast number of employees would take a system nearly as complex as the government itself. The civil service system was created to do exactly that. The purpose of this paper is to explore the origin, history, and evolution of this system and its relevance today. The civil service system is often referred to a personnel administration or, a better-known term; human resources. Merriam –Webster’s dictionary defines personnel administration as the phase of management concerned with the engagement and effective utilization of manpower to obtain optimum efficiency of human resources. What we know as…

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  • Civil Service Examination System Analysis

    The civil-service examination system occupied a central position in the traditional Chinese social structure, and it was the fundamental means to maintain the orthodox position of Confucian ideology and Confucian value system. After a long operation, the civil-service examination system entirely became a tool to strengthen the govern for the ruling class. With the solid deep influence of civil-service examination, the official standard thought was more serious, more and more people wanted to…

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  • Digital Transformation Strategy

    delivery of public services. government needs to work to build trust in the political process, in the civil service, and the services it will deliver. Digital gives government the tools it needs to do this, and this will be central pillar of this digital strategy. Citizens are our users, and we want to build services that put users first. In some cases, this will entail end-to-end redesign. We need to ensure citizens find it a positive and simple experience to interact with government…

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  • Background And Rationale Of Performance Management Reform In Indonesia

    The size of civil servants in Indonesia was growing up since the end of New Order Era and in 1980 increased more than 2 million. As per 2013 data, the number of civil servants are approximately 4,36 million or 1.76% of the population, comprises 890,521 in the central and 3,472,284 in the local (Tjiptoherijanto, 2012; BKN, 2013; KEMENPANRB, 2014). Nevertheless, the ratio of Indonesian civil servant consider proper compare to the other ASEAN countries (Tjiptoherijanto,…

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  • Japan Business Culture

    reform in Japan. The metaphor relates heaven with the upper echelons of civil service, with civil servants as deities and the private sector being Earth. In Japan, the system is administered by bureaucrats. They are responsible for all economic plans, policies, and bills in parliament. These upper echelons of the civil service in present day Japan can be considered as the descendants of the samurai, the warrior class responsible for administration during feudal Japan. After the Meiji Restoration…

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  • Anti-Corruption In Pakistan Case Study

    It refers to unrestricted access by the public to timely and reliable information on decisions and performance in the public sector (Armstrong, 2005). A transparent government performs according to fixed and published rules, on the basis of information and procedures that are accessible to the general public (OECD, 2014). Transparency can be achieved when all public services, government policies and activities are clear, answerable and responsive to the citizens. Although the government has made…

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  • Political-Administration Dichotomy

    in the modern public service management and it is no way to go. What matters most is the relationship between the levels of operation as their common denominator is to serve the public’s interests through policies and programs. A balancing or neutral point should be found and maintained by both in discharging public duties. During the development of the Wilsonian Theory of Dichotomy, it is as if on the high ways and buildings of the United States of America they were bill boards carrying the…

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  • The Six Eras Of Government Employees In The United States

    order of competence and responsiveness: and if, in a few instances, a career executive’s subsequent performance would be less than acceptable, then only an incompetent or unconcerned presidential appointee would find it impracticable to make necessary changes (Bernard Rosen pg. 301). With multiple members with the same political affiliation policies and laws were easier to pass through and come into effect. Politicians deemed a forced alliance of interests to be necessary if executives were…

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  • Hong Kong Civil Service Case Study

    Introduction In all countries around the world, government has a vital role in upholding and maintaining the stability and prosperity of society. To ensure the government is functioning efficiently, not only do we need a charismatic and capable leader, but also with a strong base of civil service to support the whole system. By viewing the government structure in a bottom-up manner, the civil service in Hong Kong can be symbolized as the backbone of the government of the Hong Kong Special…

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  • The Role Of Civil Service Reform And Cutback Management

    Civil service reform and cutback management have both become an evolving area of concern regarding its role in public management. Many questions arise when it comes to the concerns of opportunities that are accessible to governmental decision makers in a period of economic reduction with expenditures, and the varieties of administrative tensions that are employed upon the organization when the strains of some assemblies cannot be satisfied. The twofold role of political servants and management…

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