The Social Sciences

Year: 2021
Volume: 16
Issue: 6
Page No. 123 - 134

Leadership Impact on Policy Implementation: A Study Among South Korea and Pakistan

Authors : Mughal M. Nabil, Muhammad M. Aqeel, Muhammad Adeel, Siline Ahmad and Moon Bo Sin

Abstract: This study deliberates the competence of present concepts of application in connection relation to two diverse models. In specific this paper examines the effectiveness of the South Korean government (successful implementation) in chasing policy goals and the problems of Pakistan (implementation failure) in trying to attain policy objectives. The implementation procedure is not effective if the policies are not valuable. Appropriate implementation happens when the circumstances and purposes of a policy are valuable and clear. Education of policy implementation is vital to deliver a common understanding of the assumed stages in the implementation procedure. Heads of state, business persons and the society are concerned in knowing how the implementation procedure takes place and how it can be developed. The paper investigates comprehensively many theoretic models of implementation. These models are discoursed on the writings examination. This justification is supported in this paper by experimental work drawn from an investigation of current implementation paper. This sector of the paper analysis also objectives to invent links among the consequences of the different writers conclusions and leadership. In terms of relevant paper to the policy implementation procedure, this writing found that there are numbers of elements for effective implementation of policy. This research also examine the part of “how leadership from policy makers is required throughout the policy invention procedure and how leadership is dynamic in order to effectively attain the aims of a policy”.

How to cite this article:

Mughal M. Nabil, Muhammad M. Aqeel, Muhammad Adeel, Siline Ahmad and Moon Bo Sin, 2021. Leadership Impact on Policy Implementation: A Study Among South Korea and Pakistan. The Social Sciences, 16: 123-134.

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