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Kapit to be first district with community leader KPIs
Tarikh : 29 Apr 2017  Sumber Berita: The Borneo Post
 

Nanta sounds the gong to launch the BGM. Jamit is at fourth right while Elvis is at fourth left.

KAPIT: Kapit will become the first district to set up key performance indicators (KPIs) for its community leaders.

Kapit District Officer Elvis Didit said the district took up the challenge because all leaders, from the grassroots up to the highest level in the state, should be evaluated constantly.

“To implement KPIs there are many reasons. One is to measure when someone has been appointed to a particular position, how do you know he can perform. So this KPI can provide this platform because the standards would be set for others to know.

“Otherwise it would be unfair for that particular person. Some people may say that this tuai rumah is not doing his job, he ‘makan gaji saja’ (not earning the salary). How do you know if this complaint is genuine or otherwise? But with KPIs, that particular person being complained about, we would know whether he performs based on the KPI set by the Kapit District Office,” he said during the Kapit Division Dayak Community Leaders Association (Kadica) biennial general meeting (BGM) recently.

Elvis explained that the KPIs  are the minimum standard that must be achieved, such as at least four meetings annually for village security and development committees (JKKKs).

“They must take ownership of these KPIs. No one can be forced to accept the KPIs. They must first understand what is KPI and why it is necessary. The next step is they must understand and they must determine with me what kind of standards they want to achieve, what are the minimum standards and achievements.

“We must also understand their limitations and capabilities but we have to start somewhere,” he said.

Some 400 community leaders attended the BGM.

Among those present were Deputy Minister of Rural and Regional Development Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi, and Bukit Goram assemblyman Jefferson Jamit Unyat