Public Service Commission

Annual Lectures

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YEAR THEME TOPIC MAIN SPEAKER (S) CHAIRPERSON SPECIAL GUEST OF HONOUR
1998 Partnering for Success:  The Ghana Public Service and the Private Sector in the Context of Ghana’s Vision 2020 Presentation on the Public Sector. Presentation on the Private Sector - Dr. E. M. Debrah
- Dr. J. K. Richardson
Nana Wereko Ampem II, Chief of Amanokrom Mr. Nathan Quao, Special Asst. to the President
1999 Looking into the 21st Century: Implications for the Public Services Changing the Environment in Public Services and Good Governance: Implications for the 21st Century Prof. Alex A. Kwapong Chairman, Council of State Nana(Dr)  S. K. B. Asante H. E. Prof. J. E. A. Mills’Vice President of the Rep. of Ghana
2000 The Public Sector in the 21st Century: Coping with the Crisis of Management Sustaining Excellence in Human Resource Development:  The Ghana Experience Prof. K. Adjepong Mrs. Esi Sutherland-Addy Rt. Hon. Justice D. F. Annan,Speaker of Paliament
2001 Responding Positively to the Challenges of the National Development Process:  The Ghanaian Experience The Ethical Underpinnings of the Ghana Public Service

 

Mr. E. A. Sai Chairman, P. S. C Mr. Francis Emile Short Commissioner, CHRAJ Mr. Ishmael Yamson
2002 Public Sector Reforms:  The Strategic Role of Information in the Implementation Process

 

Transforming the Public Sector in a Business-Oriented Entity: Challenges and Prospects Mr. A. K. PianimEconomic Consultant Prof. Florence Abena Dolphyne,Chairman, GES Council Dr. J. V. L. Phillips
2003 Towards Disciplined and Productive Public Services:  Implications of Adequate Compensation and Motivation for Efficient Service Delivery Realistic Incomes Policy Measures and Strategies to Ensure Sustainable, Adequate and Equitable Compensation in the Public Service Prof. Bartholomew K. Armah Elizabeth Joyce Villars,President, AGI H. E. Alhaji Aliu Mahama,Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana
2004 National Stability, Democratic Governance and Economic Development The Quest for a “Development” Public Service in Ghana:  Challenges and Prospects Prof. E. Gyimah-Boadi Hon. Mrs. Emma Mitchell Hon. J. H. Mensah Senior Minister
2005 Science, Technology and Policy Making in Ghana Effective Development of Science, Engineering and Technology for Sustainable Development in Ghana Ing. Ato  Wright Prof. Daniel Adjei-BekoeChairman, Council of State Prof. Edward S. Ayensu Chairman, CSIR
2006 Planning for Socio-Economic Development in Ghana. Can Ghana Achieve Structural Transformation without a Development Plan? Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, Director, ISSER, UG Mrs. Mary Chinery-Hesse, Chief Advisor to the President on Monitoring & Evaluation of Gov’t Programmes.
2007 Reforming the Public Service for Efficient Service Delivery: The Role of Pay and Compensation. The Single-Spine Comprehensive Salary Structure: An Incomes Policy to Achieve Equity, Productivity and Excellence Dr. Anthony Komla Tsekpo &Dr. Anthony Yaw Baah Mrs. Virginia Ofosu-Amaah, Board Chairman, National Population Council Hon. Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, MP, Minister for Public Sector Reform
2008 Ghana in Search of a National Incomes Policy Productivity, Performance & Pay-Policy and Practices in Ghana Dr. Martin Yao Zame & Mr. Charles A. Cofie. Most Rev. (Dr) Robert Aboagye Mensah, Chairman, Fair Wages & Salaries Commission Hon. Kwadwo Baah Wiredu (MP), Minister for Finance & Economic Planning
2009 Hon. Kwadwo Baah Wiredu (MP), Minister for Finance & Economic Planning Re-enforcing Democratic Governance in Ghana: Public Servants and Partisan Politics Prof. Joseph R. Atsu Ayee, Dean of Soc. Sciences, Univ. of Ghana, Legon. Prof. Clifford Nii Boi Tagoe, Vice Chancellor, Univ. of Ghana, Legon Her Ladyship Mrs. Justice Georgina Wood, Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana
2010 Investing in people: a key to high performance and productivity” Education, training and development of managerialand leadership capacity in the public service Prof. Yaw Agyeman Badu, Rector, GIMPA, Achimota, Accra. Rev. Dr. N. T. Clerk, Former Member of the Public Services Commission Mr. Joe D. Issachar, Former Head of the Civil Service
2011 "Harnessing Natural Resources for Sustainable Development and Growth in Ghana" "Developing Human Resource Capacity for the Management of Natural Resources - A case for Oil and Gas" Mr. Andrew K. L. Badoo, Director (F&A), Ghana National Petroleum Corporation Mr. Ato Ahwoi, Chairman, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, Former Chief Executive, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation

2012

Improving Information and Security Management  for Good Governmenance

"Managing Data and Information for Effective Performance in Public Service Organisations:Dilemmas, Challenges and Prospects"

"Information Security and Management for Sustainable Democracy: Challenges and the Way Forward"

Dr. Emmanuel Kwesi Enning, Kofi Annan Int. Peace-Keeping Training Centre.

Mr. Cletus Azangweo, Former Director, Public Records and Archieves Administration Department

Prof. Clement Dzidonu, President, Accra Institute of Technology

Mrs. Dorothy Gordon, C.E.O,Advance Information Technology Institute-KACE.

  


·         : Dr. Emmanuel Kwesi Enning, Kofi Annan International

Peace-keeping Training Centre.
 
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