Guiding Principles To Improve The High Performance And Potential System: Thailand Case Study
The High Performance and Potential System (HIPPS) was developed by the Office of the Civil Service Commission (OCSC). This system focuses especially on workplace learning, work rotation, and training to develop these people to be effective senior professional level officials in the future. The main objective of HiPPS was to prepare the government officials with high work performance and potential for development and learning through the workplace learning strategies: job rotation, coaching, job delegation, and training. Therefore, the government officials under HiPPS would progress in their career paths or become top executives, within a proper period of time. The purpose of this qualitative study was to assess current status and explore guiding principles to improve The High Performance and Potential System. A series of in-depth interview with senior government officers and well-known private consultants was conducted to find guiding principles to improve The High Performance and Potential System. The qualitative data were analyzed by the content analysis. The findings reveals important factors in successfully develop HiPPS are accountability, leadership, communication, values, and continuous learning.
Keywords- Professional, Performance, Leadership, Accountability, Communication