In 2020, the COE-PSP studied the public sector profiles of various countries in Asia and the Pacific Region. The factsheet below presents selected relevant data and information about public sector productivity and innovation in Cambodia.

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Last 8-9 November 2021, the COE-PSP Knowledge Center ran a Webinar Series on Futures Thinking, featuring Dr. Alan Cajes, vice president of the DAP Corporate Concerns Center.

To know more about the webinar, click here.


Below is a summary and analysis of the responses gathered from the post-webinar survey, highlighting the discussion on the participant’s demographic profile and the results of the assessment.

Last 13-15 October 2021, the COE-PSP Knowledge Center ran a webinar on Productivity and Quality Management, featuring Engr. Charlie A. Marquez, DAP resource speaker; Dr. Ralph Sherwin A. Corpuz, director of Quality Assurance at the  Technological University of the Philippines; and Dr. Juliet J. Balderas, head of Management Services Department at the Philippine Heart Center (PHC).

To know more about the webinar, click here.


Below is a summary and analysis of the responses gathered from the post-webinar survey, highlighting the discussion on the participant’s demographic profile and the results of the assessment.

Last 13 August 2021, the COE-PSP Knowledge Center ran a webinar on Knowledge Management in the new normal context, featuring Jon Del Rosario, supervising fellow and professor of Knowledge Management and Quality Management of DAP Graduate School of Public and Development Management, and Dr. Enrique Tayag, director of the Department of Health’s Knowledge Management and Information Technology Service.

To know more about the webinar, click here.


Below is a summary and analysis of the responses gathered from the post-webinar survey, highlighting the discussion on the participant’s demographic profile and the results of the knowledge management assessment.

Last 15-17 September 2021, the COE-PSP Knowledge Center ran a webinar on Innovative Thinking for Enhancing Public Sector Productivity, featuring innovation champions, Adrian Ramirez, Leanne Lozanes, Anita S. Gubalane, and Paul Vincent Avecilla.

To know more about the webinar, click here.


Below is a summary and analysis of the responses gathered from the post-webinar survey, highlighting the discussion on the participant’s demographic profile and results of the assessment.

Abstract:

Created by the cross-practice ID4D Working Group as a global data set to present the institutional arrangements, practices, and systems for civil registration and identification, e-ID, e-Passport, and business registries in 198 economies. The dataset was released in April 2015, as a part of ID4D stocktaking exercise (in spreadsheet format; including metadata and statistics worksheets). Current status of government practices are measured through 12 indicators that are updated annually.

Source: WorldBank

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Country profiles present the latest key development data drawn from the World Development Indicators (WDI) database, the World Bank’s primary database for cross-country comparable development data.

Source: WorldBank

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The UK Health Accounts are a set of healthcare expenditure statistics for the UK that are produced to internationally standardised definitions, meaning that they can be used to compare UK healthcare spending with other countries. The headline statistics concern current healthcare expenditure.

Source: Data.gov.uk

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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published periodic assessments of the productivity performance of key public services. This article presents estimates for all public services collectively for the first time since the 2003 ONS article Understanding Government Output and Productivity (Pritchard, 2003).

Source: Data.gov.uk

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The article presents two changes to how health output is calculated: (a) a change to the groupings of health activities; (b) a change to GP prescribing and presents the latest data for 2007, a new quality adjustment for 2006, and forecast quality adjustment for 2007, using the latest methodology (the data required for quality adjusting output for 2007 are not yet available).

Source: data.gov.uk