Public Sector

Public Sector Industry

At Longhall Consulting we believe that the public sector is very important and essential to the development of the nation as a whole.
We work with bold, ambitious leaders who are not satisfied with the status quo and are eager for change to realize their economic and social goals.
We invent new ways to counter the public sectors biggest challenges in areas ranging from Education to Economic Development to Sustainability. We work hand in hand with our clients to make sure success is achieved.

 

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Public sector institutional reform faces some fundamental challenges. Successful reforms are not only about technical capacity and knowledge. Improving public sector effectiveness is fundamentally political and shaped by the political settlement.
— Bukenya & Yanguas, 2013

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LBR Public Sector Spotlight

Find out what the Longhall Business Review has to say about the Public Sector.

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Feb
07
12 Reasons Why Employees Resist Organizational Change
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Let’s face it; most people prefer predictability and stability in both their personal and professional lives. So, people typically avoid situations that upset the order of things, threaten their self-interests, increase stress, or involve risks. When faced with a change to the status quo, people usually resist initially. The resistance continues and, in some cases […]

Feb
07
Professional Development, Essential to The Modern Workplace.
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There was a time when workers just went to work to work. When the driven and devoted were promoted into higher positions of responsibility and no one cared about the effectiveness of the team as a whole. Those times are changing though. Businesses, whether large or small, are starting to recognise the importance of empowering […]

Apr
06
7 LESSONS LEARNED ON BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING AND IMPROVEMENT
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When electricity was first popularized at the beginning of the 20th century, there was a huge wave of factories that replaced their steam engines with electrical engines in an effort to increase productivity and modernize operations. However, the initial productivity gains from the electrification were barely noticeable –  a phenomenon known in the economics literature as the […]

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