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Performance-based Arrangements for Senior Civil Servants OECD and other Country Experiences

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  • Anne Ketelaar

    (DAI Europe)

  • Nick Manning

    (OECD)

  • Edouard Turkisch

Abstract

How are performance-based arrangements at the individual level related to performance management arrangements at higher levels such as the agency or programme level? The report aims to provide practical lessons and insights into performance-based arrangements for senior civil servants, derived from country and practitioner experiences, into how to place senior staff within what might constitute an integrated performance regime. It is meant to be applicable to countries starting to work with such arrangements, as well as to countries wanting to improve their existing systems.

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  • Anne Ketelaar & Nick Manning & Edouard Turkisch, 2007. "Performance-based Arrangements for Senior Civil Servants OECD and other Country Experiences," OECD Working Papers on Public Governance 5, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:govaaa:5-en
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    1. World Bank, 2011. "Kazakhstan : Note on Senior Civil Service Pay," World Bank Other Operational Studies 17098, The World Bank.
    2. World Bank, 2012. "Montenegro After the Crisis : Towards a Smaller and More Efficient Government," World Bank Other Operational Studies 12821, The World Bank.
    3. Nick Manning & Joanna Watkins & Nishan Degnarain, 2012. "Does the Public Sector HRM System Strengthen Staff Performance?," World Bank Other Operational Studies 25490, The World Bank.
    4. Nick Manning & Zahid Hasnain & Jan Henryk Pierskalla, 2012. "Public Sector Human Resource Practices to Drive Performance," World Bank Other Operational Studies 25489, The World Bank.
    5. World Bank, 2012. "Bulgaria : Public Expenditures for Growth and Competitiveness," World Bank Other Operational Studies 12451, The World Bank.
    6. Nick Manning, 2010. "Improving Performance : Foundations of Systemic Performance," World Bank Other Operational Studies 10508, The World Bank.
    7. World Bank, 2010. "Ghana's New Approach to Public Sector Reform : Focusing on Delivery," World Bank Other Operational Studies 12811, The World Bank.

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