A commitment to professional reform: an administrative history of executive development and training in the Singapore Public Service, 1959 to 2001
The Singapore Public Service, acknowledged internationally as highly-efficient and one of the least corrupt in the world, has often been overlooked by literature. Yet, the strategic vision and political leadership of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his People’s Action Party government, often attributed for Singapore’s success, still needed to be translated into practicable policies and implemented into programmes by the bureaucracy. A comprehensive examination into the role of the...[Show more]
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