The Executive Ability of the Grass Roots Civil Servants Based on the Correlation between Policy and Executive Ability

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The Executive Ability of the Grass Roots Civil Servants Based on the Correlation between Policy and Executive Ability


Zhe, Zhu, Jiang, Wu, Canadian Social Science


Abstract

The executive ability of the grass roots civil servants is closely correlated with the correctness and feasibility of the policies. This paper sets it as the central argument, and regards the equally important position of the correctness and the feasibility of a policy as the logical starting point. Moreover, the executive ability of the grass roots civil servants is sensitive to the "adulteration" of the policy and "shrinkage" of the executive ability, which is the innovation element of this paper. Combining the correct formulation and implementation of policies, this paper aims to provide a new perspective and idea for the study and reinforcement of the executive ability of the grass roots civil servants.

Key words: Grass roots civil servants; Policy; Executive ability; Correlation

INTRODUCTION

"We do not lack the strategists who possess the outstanding talents and tactics, but we do lack the executors who constantly strive for excellence; we do not lack various rules and regulations, but we do lack the execution of the rules and regulations to the letter. "The best-seller several years ago, Details determine success or failure, has hit upon the truth. The grass roots civil servants stand forefront of the enforcement of our various principles and policies of the nation and government. Their executive ability is the key and foundation of the cause of our Party and state, and is the important embodiment of our Party's and government's executive ability. At present, our nation has entered a crucial stage for reform and development. During the process of modernization of the national governance system and governance prowess, the construction of the executive ability of grass roots civil servants plays an important role that cannot be ignored. Through further studies and analysis in the existing main problems and causes of the executive ability of grass roots civil servants, the writer find out that the previous researches on the executive ability usually only focused on the executive ability of an individual or a team, and ignored the correlation between the executive ability and policy. Therefore, from this perspective, strengthening the construction of the executive ability of the grass roots civil servants is expounded in this paper.

1. CONCEPTS OF POLICY AND EXECUTIVE ABILITY

1.1 Concept of Policy

Policy indicates that to realize the interests and will of the class or stratification of which they are on behalf, the organs of state power, Party organizations and other social and political groups stipulate the objectives, the guiding principles of actions, the clearly defined tasks, the working methods, as well as the general steps and concrete measures during a historical period of time, in the form of an authoritative and standardized manner. The essence of policy is the reflection of conceptualization, subjectiveness and practicalness of the class interests and it is featured with the class nature, the correctness and incorrectness, timeliness, prediction etc. The policy referred in this paper indicates the specific tasks and measures formulated by the local party committees and governments, in the aim of realizing the objectives in a specific period of time. In addition, the subordinates are required to carry out these tasks and measures.

1.2 Concept of Executive Ability

The words, "executive ability", were first popular in the foreign business community. The so-called executive ability means the speed, strength and degree of the execution of the correct policy. It is the capacity to execute the correct policy. In short, executive ability is the ability of "doing", namely the ability to do things well when the enterprises "select the proper person to do the correct things".

1.3 Meaning of the Government's Executive Ability

On March 5, 2006, the then-premier of the state Councilmen Wen Jiabao, in the Report on the Work of the Government of the Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress clearly put forward that we should complete the administrative accountability system, and improve the government's executive ability and credibility. …

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