Learn from them: a compilation of best practices

By: India. Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grivances
Publisher: New Delhi Penguin Group 2007Description: xviii, 188 ISBN: 143102702Subject(s): Administrative reforms- India | Public grivances - IndiaDDC classification: 351.954 Summary: Stemming from the premise that the quest for excellence in satisfying the needs of the people paves the way for innovative experiments, the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India, started the ball rolling by setting up a Governance Knowledge Centre to record path-breaking experiments that have become remarkable successes, judged on sustainability, potential of being replicated and impact assessment. Learn from Them presents eighteen case studies written by the innovators themselves. They describe the circumstances that led to the idea, the challenges faced, the strategy adopted, the results achieved and the lessons learnt. The case studies range from management of land records to elementary education, from sanitation issues to computerization projects, and are living examples of what vision, perseverance and dedication can achieve. Be it an earthquake reconstruction project, a focus on tribal development, or environmental conservation, these studies promote responsive and citizen-centric governance.
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Stemming from the premise that the quest for excellence in satisfying the needs of the people paves the way for innovative experiments, the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India, started the ball rolling by setting up a Governance Knowledge Centre to record path-breaking experiments that have become remarkable successes, judged on sustainability, potential of being replicated and impact assessment. Learn from Them presents eighteen case studies written by the innovators themselves. They describe the circumstances that led to the idea, the challenges faced, the strategy adopted, the results achieved and the lessons learnt. The case studies range from management of land records to elementary education, from sanitation issues to computerization projects, and are living examples of what vision, perseverance and dedication can achieve. Be it an earthquake reconstruction project, a focus on tribal development, or environmental conservation, these studies promote responsive and citizen-centric governance.

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