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Performance management in the public sector

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Frame of Image es (2012~13) Field of Expertise: Government Reform, Development Economics Experience in international consulting: Guatemala (2010), Namibia (2009), Indonesia (2008~2011), Turkey (2007), Georgia (2004) , …
KDI School
Korea’s Economic Development an
Reform from outside guarantees high Performance ?
No. Performance comes from voluntary hard working. How to Make the Public Sector perform better?
The Consequences Strategy (Reinventor’s Guidebook, D. Osborne), which gives public employees powerful incentives to improve their performance either through - competition - rewarding/penalties
Performance Management
(if competition is not an option)
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uses performance measures, standards, rewards, and penalties to motivate public organizations Less powerful than the competition Why? a) the consequences it imposes are rarely as compelling or unavoidable as the consequences of competition b) Performance is judged by public officials c) Sets relatively weak standards for performance
* Performance Measurement is a Key.
Creates info about the results of public activities. This enables officials to hold org accountable.
Process of Performance Management
1. Define whose performance to be managed. 2. Setting performance goal 3. Establish standards or target level 4. Negotiate over performance goal and target level 5. Empower 6. Measure results and Evaluate 7. Reward / Penalize
1. Whose Performance: Strategic Planning to derive performance goals indicators
Minister Level Mission
Director-General


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Title Performance management in the public sector
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Park, Jin

Publisher

[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2014-08
Event

파키스탄 경제개발전략과정

Pages 43
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management

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The Annual 2001 Conference of the American Society for Public Administration at Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.