Are we willing to capitalise on the strengths of our civil service system to get back on the track to progress and development?
Reforming the performance management paradigm is not too challenging; it is made to look difficult by those with vested interests
There is a need to re-design the academic and institutional structures for training and development of government officials
An effective official meeting is always triggered by a compelling purpose, clear in scope and direction
Changing the mindset of the people can bring us back to the road to progress
Even a bare minimum level of accountability would provide welcome relief to our ailing state establishments.
No reform can bring desirable improvements in the system unless it is an outcome of a political discourse
There is a strong correlation between incompetence of leaders and organisational failures
Over the last few decades, the world has witnessed remarkable innovations in the civil service regime