Frontier Issues in Results & Public Sector Performance Series - Presentations

Below are the presentations used during the series on Frontier Issues in Results & Public Sector Performance Series held at the World Bank, in Washington, DC, from May 2 to May 10. More information on the series is available handout.

Assessing the Impact of Results Approaches and New Public Management

  • Case Study Ireland - Richard Boyle, Head of Research and Publishing, Institute of Public Administration, Ireland
  • Case Study New Zealand - John Henry Whitehead, Executive Director, World Bank; Former Secretary to the Treasury, New Zealand

Managing the Politics of National Performance Targets: Country Scorecards, National Results Frameworks, Delivery Units

  • Case Study Colombia - Diego Dorado, Former Director of Evaluation of Public Policies, Planning Department, Government of Colombia
  • Case Study Great Britain - Ruth Dixon, Research Fellow, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

Getting Results: Linking Pay to Performance to Motivate Public Servants

The Challenge of Designing “Good Enough” Performance Measures and Results Frameworks

  • Case Study Great Britain - Gwyn Bevan, Professor of Policy Analysis, London School of Economics
  • Case Study South Africa - Ledule Bosch, Chief Director for Monitoring and Evaluation, Department of Public Service and Administration, South Africa

Practitioner Perspectives on the Frontiers of Results and Performance Management

  • Case Study Malaysia - John Antony Xavier, Professor, Graduate School of Management, University Putra Malaysia
  • Case Study South Africa - Ledule Bosch, Chief Director for Monitoring and Evaluation, Department of Public Service and Administration, South Africa
  • Case Study Colombia - Diego Dorado, Former Director of Evaluation of Public Policies, Planning Department, Government of Colombia
  • Case Study Kenya - Emmanuel Lubembe, Office of the Prime Minister, Head of the Public Service Transformation Department, Kenya

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