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  • Japan Business Culture

    Japan is generally thought of as a nation with deep cultural values that are embedded in its business culture as well. Hard work with an emphasis on quality has always been a key feature in Japanese businesses that drove economic growth in the late twentieth century. With an economy once projected to take over the United States as the largest economy in the world, the perception of business in Japan has always been positive. According to Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2015 ranking, Japan was the 18th least corrupt country in the world with a score of 75 (0 meaning highly corrupt and 100 meaning very clean). The United States was ranked 16th for reference. Although Japan has a good standing as one of the least…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Compare And Contrast Condrey And Contaglio

    Comparative Analysis After summarizing the two articles, it is understood that Ingraham (2006) supports the idea of change in civil service reform, but wants merit to be an important aspect and oppose the idea of “at-will” employment. On the other hand, Condrey and Battaglio (2007) are in favor of “at- will” employment and changes and expansion of the civil service reform. There seem to be some similarities between the two arguments. However, there is a difference in opinions for both the…

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  • A Person Who Influenced Me Analysis

    be given to me; rather, I know that my success is based upon the work that I put into it. However, they also emphasized family over work. Work is important to contribute to society, however, family comes first. Money and items are meaningless; family is what brings meaning to life. Though I did not meet him until later in my life, my husband is an important person who has had a major role in shaping my leadership point of view. He is one of the most kind, caring, and selfless person that I…

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  • Digital Transformation Strategy

    the citizen and the state Trust between citizen and state is essential for civic engagement and for the effective 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…

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  • The Civil Service System

    in the United States. Boasting over 1.8 millions employees one can imagine that managing 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…

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  • United States Marshals Service Case Study

    officials perform their sworn duties within cities, villages, and townships. Just like state and federal officers, these individuals are armed whether on or off duty; unlike state and federal officers, local law enforcement agencies protect the citizens and enforce the laws of the United States, their state government, and their local municipality within their assigned jurisdictions…

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  • Postal Service Swot Analysis

    The United States Postal Service, formed in Philadelphia in 1775, is responsible for the transportation and delivery of the postal services to the American citizens. Its formation led to the appointment of Benjamin Franklin as the first General Postmaster of the USPS. Since its formation, the postal service has operated with the aim of satisfying the customers and uniting them despite the difference in their locality. This has been made possible thanks to technology that was engrained into its…

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