One view which is often expressed in social media is that our elected representatives are our employees probably because they are paid indirectly by us through the various taxes that we all pay. In this article, I would like to explore the implications of this thinking.
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While explaining systems thinking, experts often give the example of someone in a traditional bathroom with a hot-water and a cold-water tap connected to the shower. First the water is too cold, he turns the hot water tap and increases the flow of hot water. The water remains cold. Unaware of the delay in-built in the system, he turns the hot water tap further and suddenly the water is too hot. He panics and opens cold-water tap to the maximum …
Considerable time and resources have been invested into the drafting of the Nine-Year Schooling (NYS) project. This reform, like most others, may be far from perfect. However, this is not the time to go into the flaws of the reform but to focus on what is required to move successfully forward. This article argues that leadership development at all levels of the system is a pre-requisite if we are to ensure its effective implementation and thus an optimum return on our investment.