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DAP conducts the 2018 Development of Public Sector Productivity Specialists course

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May 11, 2018 marks the end of the 2-week Development of Public Sector Productivity Specialists course. Twenty-six aspiring productivity specialists from different Philippine public sector agencies learned about the different productivity concepts, tools & techniques, and best practices in improving public sector productivity. The participants coming from 8 agencies – Food and Drug Administration Philippines, Land Transportation Read More

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Foundation Course for Public Sector Productivity Specialists

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The conduct of the Development of Productivity Specialists for the Public Sector (DPSPS) Foundation Course last 7 to 11 and 21 to 25 November 2016 at Pasig City, Philippines marked the start of a series of courses to be developed and offered under the DPSPS Program of the COE on PSP. The DPSPS Program is Read More

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Workshop on Developing a Public-sector Leadership Framework

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The Development Academy of the Philippines, as the Asian Productivity Organization’s designated Center of Excellence on Public Sector Productivity,  hosted the Workshop on Developing the APO Public Sector Leadership framework.The weeklong workshop was held last November at Marco Polo Ortigas, Pasig City, and was attended by 16 international participants from different APO member countries, including Read More

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Bilateral Cooperation Between NPOs (BCBN): Mongolian Productivity Organization Leaders Visit DAP

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Top executives of the Mongolian Productivity Organization, one of 20 member organizations of the Asian Productivity Organization, recently paid a visit to the Development Academy of the Philippines, the implementing and focal organization of the Philippines as the APO’s Center of Excellence in Public Sector Productivity. The Mongolian executives led by Yamaaranz Erkhembayar, an APO Read More

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Change is Here: Key Gains from the Philippine Results-Based Performance Management System

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Government agencies are often stereotyped as inefficient, inaccessible and unresponsive, while its employees are overpaid yet mediocre, and less accountable compared to their counterparts in the private sector. The Philippine Government, with President Rodrigo Duterte at the helm, has been highlighting the need to breakaway from these stereotypes. In his message on the National Budget Read More