Government Performance Management Systems: Case Studies From South Asia

Monday, March 13th, 2017 - 14:18
Partial approaches are akin to arranging chairs on the deck of the Titanic. In a dysfunctional system, looking for pockets of excellence is a futile exercise. In many cases, you can get temporary results by focusing on some part of the organization or even some government departments, but you can be sure, just like a waterbed, that the inefficiency has travelled to another part that is currently not under scrutiny. Therefore, I have long argued that governments must have an integrated performance measurement system.

Lenneal J. Henderson

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:50
Lenneal J. Henderson, is Distinguished Professor of Government and Public Administration and Senior Fellow in the William Donald Schaefer Center for Public Policy at the University of Baltimore. He has taught at St. Mary’s College of California, the University of San Francisco, Howard University, the University of Tennessee, the Fielding Graduate Institute, and the Federal Executive Institute. At North Carolina Central University, he served as the Daniel Terry Blue Endowed Professor of Political Science.

Ross Clayton

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:47
Dr. Ross Clayton’s professional experience includes eight years of federal service as a management analyst and as a member of Navy research and development project teams as well as more than 30 years as a university professor. His focus in his research and teaching has been on organizational and managerial analysis. Professor Clayton served on the faculties of the University of Southern California, the Federal Executive Institute, and the National Institute of Public Administration in Malaysia. He was the founding director of the California Leadership Institute