Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Map of Policy for Taiwan Government Reengineering: a View on the Core Policy Formation Model
|2014-01-07 14:12:48 (UTC+8)
This article is in a try to introduce the core policy formation model derived from the management approach of private sector with the balance score card (平衡計分卡), and to map out the policy for our government reengineering and the implementation of relevant policies. By means of consolidating the policy implementation plans of Taiwan government of the latest three years, we can sum up the core policies of our government to be “to enhance the global competitiveness of our government and to foster the capability of sustainable development.” This article is to analyze the goals of implementing the government reengineering policy from four aspects of the balance score card (平衡計分卡) model. First, in terms of the aspect of customers, with respect to the external customers, i.e. the public, the government sets its goal to enhance the public trust in itself, whereas, with respect to the internal customers, i.e. the civil servants, it places emphasis on their identification toward the government. Second, in regard to the finance, reasonable fund allocation, good budgetary system, and creation of financial resources are three goals for the policy. Third, in respect of the internal procedure, the policy primarily comprises the establishment of partnership between the central and local governments, loosening of laws and regulations, reinforcement of cooperation between the government and civil circles, and speed-up of administrative operation. Fourth, with respect to learning and growth, the government works toward the goals of enhancing employees’ capability, positive organizational culture, and technological competitiveness.
|Appears in Collections:
Files in This Item:
All items in 政大典藏 are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved.