PASC concerns about strategy

Progress reports on strategic capability submitted by every department show a lack of strategic thinking, the Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) has said.


By Civil Service World

03 Oct 2012

PASC adviser Dr Gillian Stamp said: “Very few responses mention strategic thinking. This is notable as the PASC questions were about building capability to support strategic aims.”

The reports follow a letter from PASC chair Bernard Jenkin asking for evidence of how departments are building capability to support their’s and the government’s strategic aims.

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