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In the almost one hundred years of the life of modern Iraq (from 1921 onwards), Saad describes the different stages that Iraq has passed through, starting with the rule of the monarchy, which lasted from 1921 to 1958, and he also reviewed the different regimes that followed the fall of royal Iraq and examined their policies and practices in ruling Iraq.In this review, Saad has highlighted the failures and the achievements that Iraq has seen. Saad has used his experience as both a government public official and as a management consultant to analyze, identify, and define the reasons behind such developments.In his experience, traditional methods have failed in helping Iraq come out of this situation. What is needed is new and innovative approaches that the country needs to consider.In his view, countries need to be managed the same way successful companies are managed, where targets and values for the organization are set and performance is assessed accordingly.Successful companies take care of their customers (in the case of countries, they are the citizens), and companies take care of their staff and other stakeholders. All these are taken with the principle that people are accountable for what they do and that the management of successful companies treats all people fairly. Also in the case of companies, it is not important how much you spend on, say, training. It is important what type of training you spend on, when, why, and whom to train. The same applies to a country where you need to apply your resources on a priority basis.

In the almost one hundred years of the life of modern Iraq (from 1921 onwards), Saad describes the different stages that Iraq has passed through, starting with the rule of the monarchy, which lasted from 1921 to 1958, and he also reviewed the different regimes that followed the fall of royal Iraq and examined their policies and practices in ruling Iraq.In this review, Saad has highlighted the failures and the achievements that Iraq has seen. Saad has used his experience as both a government public official and as a management consultant to analyze, identify, and define the reasons behind such developments.In his experience, traditional methods have failed in helping Iraq come out of this situation. What is needed is new and innovative approaches that the country needs to consider.In his view, countries need to be managed the same way successful companies are managed, where targets and values for the organization are set and performance is assessed accordingly.Successful companies take care of their customers (in the case of countries, they are the citizens), and companies take care of their staff and other stakeholders. All these are taken with the principle that people are accountable for what they do and that the management of successful companies treats all people fairly. Also in the case of companies, it is not important how much you spend on, say, training. It is important what type of training you spend on, when, why, and whom to train. The same applies to a country where you need to apply your resources on a priority basis.


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