Poland: Implementing Strategic-State Capability
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Poland: Implementing Strategic-State Capability

This report proposes a practical, country-based framework for developing good governance indicators for programmes funded by the European Union in Poland. The concepts presented and the challenges discussed are, however, relevant to a wide range of OECD member and non-member countries in the development of indicators-based performance measurement systems.

 
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The government of Poland’s ability to implement and sustain strategic-state capacity depends on the ability of the public sector – in particular of its own workforce – to identify and address internal and external challenges correctly, strengthen efficiencies in policy design and service delivery to meet these challenges, and mobilise actors and leverage resources across governments and society to achieve integrated, coherent policy outcomes that address these challenges effectively as the government pursues its strategic vision for the country. Effective human resource management (HRM) practices are an important tool in developing this government-wide capacity, as they help align workforce skills with the needs of the government.

 
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