Tag Archives: Ministerial Pay

Ministerial Pay 2012: The One Question That Nobody Seems To Be Asking.

I refer to page 4, The New Paper, Tuesday Jan 17th: DPM Teo Chee Hean on setting ministerial salaries: Difficult balancing act needed. I do like a lot of what DPM Teo Chee Hean says about balancing acts. Passion for … Continue reading

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MG Chan Chun Sing further sabotages the legitimacy of PAP superdominance

Channel News Asia: Pay not a primary factor for PAP team: Chan Chun Sing “I don’t think anyone of them comes here for the money. They come here to provide a better life for the next generation… One of the … Continue reading

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Ministerial Pay 2012: Why Singapore Should Be A Pirate Ship.

Text in quotes is taken from CrashDev.com, the blog of a genius entrepreneur who really knows his stuff. An organization is healthy as long as its survival is sufficiently in doubt that each employee feels a primary responsibility to ensuring … Continue reading

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Ministerial Pay 2012: DisGraceFu! Political Incompetence in the PAP.

The problem about things that move slowly, that have a low turn-over rate, is that they often get stagnant, weighty, inefficient, bloated and cumbersome. This applies to all systems, from your physical body, to the food in the canteens at … Continue reading

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Ministerial Pay 2012: The Neglected Truth About Incentives

There is powerful evidence that we have been completely wrong about the effectiveness of financial incentives and extrinsic motivation. Financial incentives often improve performance. But they can also lead to unethical behavior, fuel turnover and foster envy and discontent. Wharton … Continue reading

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