Home: Authors: Fakhira Khanam

Status: Member since November 7, 2008
Location: Pakistan
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 Writes on policy research, social issues, business and finance and a host of fields. By profession is a Management and development professional and has experience in program implementation, institutional policy design, organizational assessment, change management, grants and contracts management, human resource restructuring, needs assessment and evaluation, technical proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation, market and empirical research , training material design and financial analyses. Her thematic focus is in Poverty Reduction, Gender, Governance,  Organizational Management, Business Process Reengineering, Information Technology and Policy Reforms.

Causes of Gender Injustice in Pakistan with reference to marriage contract are highlighted with roles of different social and state actors.
Roles of citizens and political parties in democratic governance and the political system are highlighted with examples from Pakistan.
Mandatory savings inclusion in loan price supports loan price increases, principal lent decreases, exclusion is not transparent, savings are not available until loan is repaid, and have opportunity costs, mostly savings are used as last installment. Exclusion supports wealth building, preference on voluntary savings, and microfinance institutes cannot intermediate mandatory savings. Analytical discussion concludes exclusion of mandatory savings from loan price.
Written in the early era of Human Resource Management Flippo in his book on Personnel Management centralizes around management functions; "plan, organize, direct, control". Flippo's Personnel Management introduced the subject, and coherently built background for achievement of individual, organizational, and social objectives. For the very important instance Flippo talked about Quality of work life and Quality circles and draws a line between soft and hard HRM.
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