Public Sector Management and Reform

Business & Management

Course Info

Duration: 1 Week

Type: In Classroom

Available Dates

Venue

  • Aug-02-2021

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Aug-02-2021

    London

  • Aug-09-2021

    Istanbul

  • Aug-09-2021

    Dubai

  • Aug-16-2021

    Paris

  • Aug-23-2021

    Madrid

  • Sep-06-2021

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Sep-06-2021

    London

  • Sep-13-2021

    Istanbul

  • Sep-13-2021

    Dubai

  • Sep-20-2021

    Paris

  • Sep-27-2021

    Madrid

  • Oct-04-2021

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-04-2021

    London

  • Oct-11-2021

    Istanbul

  • Oct-11-2021

    Dubai

  • Oct-18-2021

    Paris

  • Oct-25-2021

    Madrid

  • Nov-08-2021

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Nov-08-2021

    London

  • Nov-15-2021

    Istanbul

  • Nov-15-2021

    Dubai

  • Nov-22-2021

    Paris

  • Nov-29-2021

    Madrid

  • Dec-06-2021

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-06-2021

    London

  • Dec-13-2021

    Istanbul

  • Dec-13-2021

    Dubai

  • Dec-20-2021

    Paris

  • Dec-27-2021

    Madrid

  • Jan-03-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Jan-03-2022

    London

  • Jan-10-2022

    Istanbul

  • Jan-10-2022

    Dubai

  • Jan-17-2022

    Paris

  • Jan-24-2022

    Madrid

  • Feb-07-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Feb-07-2022

    London

  • Feb-14-2022

    Istanbul

  • Feb-14-2022

    Dubai

  • Feb-21-2022

    Paris

  • Feb-28-2022

    Madrid

  • Mar-07-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Mar-07-2022

    London

  • Mar-14-2022

    Istanbul

  • Mar-14-2022

    Dubai

  • Mar-21-2022

    Paris

  • Mar-28-2022

    Madrid

  • Apr-04-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Apr-04-2022

    London

  • Apr-11-2022

    Istanbul

  • Apr-11-2022

    Dubai

  • Apr-18-2022

    Paris

  • Apr-25-2022

    Madrid

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

 

Politics and the Public Sector
 
  • Introduction to public sector Management
  • Political differences
  • The role of the state
  • A centralised or decentralised state?
  • Politics and management: values

 

Public Spending
 
  • The macro-economic policy context
  • Fiscal policy and the economic cycles
  • What is the money spent on?
  • Where does the money come from?
  • Public spending in the devoted administrations
  • Why is the level of public spending important?
  • The fiscal crisis of 2008 and its aftermath

 

Social Policies and Management
 
  • Choice of policy instrument
  • Trends in policy and management
  • Income maintenance
  • Community care
  • Education
  • Criminal justice
  • Health policy – Housing

 

Advantages of Public Sector Reforms
 
  • Better management of public resources
  • Better public service delivery
  • Increased transparency and accountability
  • Streamlined operations and processes
  • Competitive advance in the global market space

 

Hindrances to Successful Public Sector Reforms
 
  • Employee resistance
  • Lack of political commitment
  • Informal norms
  • Uneven distribution of resources because of corruption and political influence
  • Gender insensitivity
  • Scarcity of capacity in resources and skill