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|I hold an honours degree in economics, specialising in industry and trade, from the University of London and have over 30 years experience as an internal and external consultant. My career commenced in the area of productivity improvement and enterprise restructuring, initially in the transport industry, and then moving to local government. Projects have also included work on governance and control systems, and the use of information technology for a competitive advantage. This experience led naturally to increasing involvement in developing countries institutional strengthening and public sector reform projects, including corporatization, commercialization, and privatization, and also assisting former government departments respond to such initiatives. |
A corollary of major restructuring is what to do with people who may be displaced. Because of the importance of these issues my work has expanded beyond public sector restructuring into considering the social safety net issues associated with restructuring and poverty reduction studies, primarily from the viewpoint of employment and self employment generation, but also considering wider strategies that generate income and wealth at a micro level.
I have now worked in over 20 developing countries in South East and Central Asia and the Pacific. Clients have included Asian Development Bank, World Bank, NZ funded aid, and Governments of countries which have received international donor loans. I have been team leader on a number of projects.
Further information is available in my detailed CV.
|Contact: Laurence Slee|
|Telephone: (09) 534 6404|
|Mr Laurence (Laurie) Slee is a highly qualified consultant who now works extensively in developing economies in areas such as public sector and civil service reform, and poverty reduction and social safety net development. |
Institute of Management Consultants
Chartered Institute of Management (UK)
Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport
Insitute of Management Services
Associate Member of New Zealand Institute of Management
|Most work is now undertaken in developing economies.|
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Papua New Guinea