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Singapore’s Development
Strategies: Lessons for Thailand
By Ora-orn Poocharoen
5th Think Tank Forum
College of Government
...
Key Principles
History & Society > Resilience, Foresight
Public Policy > Pragmatism – Market & State,
Public & Private
Hum...
Cosmopolitan City, Society in Transition
History & Society > Resilience, Foresight
Singapore: The City in a Garden
Very stable politics
since 1965
History & Society > Resilience, Foresight
Modified Parliamentary System
1. Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP)
2. Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP)
3. G...
Ministries
Singapore Civil Service
Economic Social Security
Government
Administration
Ministry of Law
Ministry of Culture,...
Statutory Boards
• Autonomous agencies
Examples:
• Economic Development Board,
• Monetary Authority of Singapore,
• Housin...
Housing Policy
Public Policy > Pragmatism – Market & State, Public & Private
Car Ownership, Traffic Control
National Library Board of Singapore
“Cybrarians / Knowledge
Navigators”
“Anytime - Any place”
“Learning nation”
“We think ...
Strategy – Branding, Tourism, Technology, Security
Human Capital: Grooming Leaders
Administrative Officers in Singapore
Human Capital > Meritocracy, Market-based system
Identifying Scholars  Administrative Officers
Targeting top
high school
students
• IQ test
• Psychology
test
Selection
Pr...
Singapore’s Performance Appraisal:
The Bell Curve
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Salary
Basic
Pay
Performance
-Based Pay
Bonus
based
on GDP
Clean Wage Policy
Thank You!
Q & A
ยุทธศาสตร์การพัฒนาของสิงคโปร์ในยุคบูรพาภิวัตน์ : บทเรียนต่อประเทศไทย
ยุทธศาสตร์การพัฒนาของสิงคโปร์ในยุคบูรพาภิวัตน์ : บทเรียนต่อประเทศไทย
ยุทธศาสตร์การพัฒนาของสิงคโปร์ในยุคบูรพาภิวัตน์ : บทเรียนต่อประเทศไทย
ยุทธศาสตร์การพัฒนาของสิงคโปร์ในยุคบูรพาภิวัตน์ : บทเรียนต่อประเทศไทย
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  1. 1. Singapore’s Development Strategies: Lessons for Thailand By Ora-orn Poocharoen 5th Think Tank Forum College of Government Rangsit University, Bangkok 19 December 2014
  2. 2. Key Principles History & Society > Resilience, Foresight Public Policy > Pragmatism – Market & State, Public & Private Human Capital > Meritocracy, Market-based system
  3. 3. Cosmopolitan City, Society in Transition History & Society > Resilience, Foresight
  4. 4. Singapore: The City in a Garden
  5. 5. Very stable politics since 1965 History & Society > Resilience, Foresight
  6. 6. Modified Parliamentary System 1. Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) 2. Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) 3. Group Representation Constituencies (GRC) 4. Elected Presidency
  7. 7. Ministries Singapore Civil Service Economic Social Security Government Administration Ministry of Law Ministry of Culture, Community, and Youth Ministry of Defence Ministry of Finance Ministry of Manpower Ministry of Education Ministry of Foreign Affairs Prime Minister’s Office Ministry of National Development Ministry of Environment and Water Resources Ministry of Home Affairs Ministry of Trade and Industry Ministry of Health Ministry of Transport Ministry of Communications and Information Ministry of Social and Family Development
  8. 8. Statutory Boards • Autonomous agencies Examples: • Economic Development Board, • Monetary Authority of Singapore, • Housing and Development Board, • Land Transport Authority, • Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore Public Policy > Pragmatism – Market & State, Public & Private
  9. 9. Housing Policy
  10. 10. Public Policy > Pragmatism – Market & State, Public & Private Car Ownership, Traffic Control
  11. 11. National Library Board of Singapore “Cybrarians / Knowledge Navigators” “Anytime - Any place” “Learning nation” “We think of the library as the old market place” Branding & Re-Branding Strategies
  12. 12. Strategy – Branding, Tourism, Technology, Security
  13. 13. Human Capital: Grooming Leaders Administrative Officers in Singapore Human Capital > Meritocracy, Market-based system
  14. 14. Identifying Scholars  Administrative Officers Targeting top high school students • IQ test • Psychology test Selection Process • Essays • Interview by panel Positioning • Challenging tasks • Grooming opportunities Fast Track • Director • Private Sector • Permanent Sec
  15. 15. Singapore’s Performance Appraisal: The Bell Curve
  16. 16. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Salary Basic Pay Performance -Based Pay Bonus based on GDP Clean Wage Policy
  17. 17. Thank You! Q & A

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