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Blue Ocean Strategy can be effective at all levels of public service – Sukarti

18th November, 2012

KOTA KINABALU: State Secretary Tan Sri Sukarti Wakiman says the Blue Ocean Strategy (BOS) has been proven to be able to be effective in providing sound management.

He said the strategy can be implemented at all levels of public service.

Speaking at the family day of Puspanita Sabah here yesterday, he said Blue Ocean Strategy can also cut costs in management operations and achieve the desired results.

He added that Puspanita members can also play their role to disseminate important information and programmes undertaken by the government.

He added that having events like family day gathering would promote the importance of the family institution.

“This get-together is important for us to know one another better and promote the importance of a family living in harmony,” he said.

Present were Puspanita chairwoman Puan Sri Hairani Hussaini, State Public Service Department director Datuk Nordin Siman, and Mayor Datuk Abidin Madingkir.

   
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