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by Kate Jenkins,Karen Caines,Andrew Jackson

  • Author: Kate Jenkins,Karen Caines,Andrew Jackson
  • ISBN: 0114300267
  • ISBN13: 978-0114300265
  • ePub: 1574 kb | FB2: 1494 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Stationery Office Books (February 19, 1988)
  • Pages: 35
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Improving Management in Government: The Next Steps : Report to the Prime Minister ePub download

The Next Steps initiative is seen as one of the two or three key reform . report to the Prime Minister on what further measures should be taken’. The scrutiny process began in November 1986 and was led by Kate Jenkins, a member of the Efficiency Unit and later its chief of staff.

The Next Steps initiative is seen as one of the two or three key reform moments in the development of the Civil Service. It was a direct consequence of the ‘lasting reforms’ agenda of Sir Derek (later Lord) Rayner (Margaret Thatcher’s efficiency adviser) in the early 1980s. The team was given 90 days to complete the scrutiny.

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Kate Jenkins, Karen Caines and Andrew Jackson from the unit . Did agencies work? Did they improve management in government?

Kate Jenkins, Karen Caines and Andrew Jackson from the unit conducted the study from November 1986 through to March 1987. The result was the Next Steps report which was duly submitted to the prime minister. When the Next Steps report was submitted to Thatcher in March 1987 it set a very bold timetable. It proposed that within two years at the most, departments should have completed identification of areas where agencies are the most effective way of managing and should have changed their own internal structures to implement this change. Did agencies work? Did they improve management in government?

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Karen Caines and Andrew Jackson had left the Efficiency Unit and I was coming to the end of my term there

Karen Caines and Andrew Jackson had left the Efficiency Unit and I was coming to the end of my term there. There has been much discussion of what happened, but the simple outlines demonstrate how valuable a moderate amount of forward planning, determined management and a clear sense of overall direction are. Academic work has been done on the development of particular agencies as they have adapted to the changes imposed on them by the new agency structure (for example, Greer, 1994).

In 1988 the official report Improving Efficiency in Government: The Next .

In 1988 the official report Improving Efficiency in Government: The Next Steps appeared in its final form. Kate Jenkins, former head of the government's Efficiency Unit and co-author of the report, will provide her perspective on the exercise and its significance, followed with a response by Sir Richard Mottram, whose forty-year career in the Civil Service included a spell in the early 1990s as Permanent Secretary at the Office of Public Service and Science within the. Cabinet Office, where his responsibilities included public service change and management. Joining the discussion from an academic perspective will be Dr Andrew Blick (King's College London).

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