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Ministers should spend more time to  ‘Analyse > Strategise > Realise’


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Untitled-361When a country is at economic crossroads, the policy makers should be deeply engaged in strategising, which in turn has to be based on strong rational analysis.  For this to happen, the Minsters must develop their strategising competencies and  dedicate quality time.  However, if more of their time is spent on ceremonial and administrative aspects (which should be the job of the Country’s civil service), then strategic decision making may be compromised. 

At the end of each day, Ministers should ask the question “What has been my strategic contribution today – that will eventually contribute to the socio-economic prosperity of the country?”


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