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Indonesia - Management development : Executive Report (英语)

This study addresses a series of management development issues in Indonesia. The management problem as perceived domestically by key groups in both public and private sectors and by foreign aid agencies is described and key factors and common practices that contribute to the problem are identified. Needs and supply-and-demand constraints to management training and development in the government and enterprise sectors are defined, and factors in the education system which hamper the quality and relevance of management and public administration education are analyzed. The broad elements of sectoral strategies are integrated into a long-term strategy, priorities for immediate attention and processes for planning and implementation are recommended, and the proposed strategy is linked to technical assistance for institutional and management development.


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    Executive Report

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    management development;united states agency for international development;National Institute of Public Administration;education need;organizational development;Public and Private Institution;implementation of policy reform;early stage of development;access to student loan;areas of policy reform;information and communication technology;managerial practice;task forces;management education;government and business;regional training center;public expenditure planning;managerial skill;foreign aid agency;national planning agency;quality and relevance;civil service training;cultural factor;supervision of state;international labor organization;local government staff;national civil service;primarily due;senior civil servants;higher education opportunity;financial control system;foreign language training;effective training method;civil service compensation;formal educational institution;local government agency;medium-term corporate plan;learning by doing;policy and institution;distribution of responsibility;incentives for performance;foreign technical assistance;central government department;implementation of reform;economies of scale;data for research;local government development;innovative teaching method;Financial Management System;centers of excellence;large public enterprise;private sector counterpart;Public Sector Enterprises;skills and support;human resource development;central government agency;terms of policy;