The Implementation of Civil Service Reform in Ethiopia
The Case of Tigray Regional State
The expectations on government function in contemporary social order have completely changed since 1980s.
Globalization and the dynamics of ICT expansion contributed to a new impetus of societal maturity and to an innovative insight of the optimal organizational arrangement and techniques of institutional management.
It was with this intention that the New Public Management Model was desired as an alternative to the traditionally hierarchical and authoritative Model of public administration.
Civil Service Reform is also one of the most visible and comprehensive areas of administrative reform.
The need for reform arises when part or the whole system fails to function to expected standards and hence the need pro modification or else to repair the whole system.
Gebre Miruts Beyene is Assistant Professor of Public Management, currently working at Ethiopian Civil Service University.
He is an International Journal Editor @ Canadian Center for Science and Education Research.
He has Ph.D in Public Management, MA in Urban Management, BA in Management and Diploma in Geography.