New Delhi: The government has come up with a system to effectively monitor, evaluate and review implementation of various policies and also incentivize performing departments, a senior official said on Friday.

"The aim of Human Resource Management is to improve performance and in government departments, the key factor is implementation of policies, so we have come up with a system (RFD) in which implementation of various policies would be effectively monitored, evaluated and reviewed," said Prajapati Trivedi, Secretary to Government, Performance Management, Cabinet Secretariat.

"The countries with least gap between rhetoric and action grow faster. RFD has shifted the focus from process orientation to results orientation. It also includes incentive system to raise performance of good government departments," he added.

While releasing the CII Aon Hewitt Report on 'Building Gen Next Leaders', he also said that though most of the government departments have achieved their targets, they failed to communicate well with the society.

"So a citizen’s charter is also a must under RFD, which many states have also adopted and many more are willing to," he added.

The report said in the current economic scenario, where growth has become an imperative criterion, there is additional focus by organisations on growing in size and volume.

However, it said, holistic organisational growth can not only be brought about by expansion in volume of activities. It also requires an organisation to build mechanisms to sustain this growth.

"The organisations that tend to focus only on bottom lines and revenues and do not focus on Capability Development will not be able to sustain themselves in the long run," Aon Hewitt Partner Rakesh Malik said. Managing Director Sanjay Modi reiterated that time was ripe for organisations to move from capital investments to intellectual investments and when CEO should take the role of Chief Talent Officer.

"The key differentiator of success on Friday is the number of engaged employees in a concern," Modi said.


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