Aspects to promote administrative reforms, Microeconomics

Aspects to promote administrative reforms:

Following aspects to promote administrative reforms: 

1) A closer focus on results in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, and service quality; 

2) The replacement of highly centralised hierarchical organisational structures with decentralised management environments, where decisions on resource allocation and service delivery are taken closer to the point of delivery, and which provide scope for feedback from clients and other interest groups; 
3) Flexibility to explore alternatives to direct public provision, which might provide more cost-effective policy outcomes; 

4) New personnel management policies to provide greater flexibility in the deployment of staff (e.g., through multiskilling); 

5) The use of mechanisms to improve performance such as performance contracting and the creation of competitive market environment within and among public sector organisation; 

6) Incentives to improve performance (or at least removing disincentives) through enabling organisations to provide a certain portion of savings from improved performance; 

7) The strengthening of strategic capacities at the centre to "steer" Government to respond to external changes and diverse interests quickly, flexibility and at least cost; and  

8) Greater accountability and transparency through requirements to report on results. 

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