OECD Annual Report 2010: The Secretary-General’s Report to by Angel Gurrìa, OECD Secretary‑General

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This update of our management functions is vital if our member countries are to maintain their support for the Organisation’s development, confident that the resources they make available to us are being managed in accordance with the highest international standards. org The Executive Directorate (EXD) continued to focus on advancing the review of human resource policies, seeking a more flexible and efficient framework for managing the OECD’s primary asset, its staff. EXD aims to set the standard for HR best practice among international organisations.

Recovery from this global recession is being staked, in part, on the opportunity for ‘green growth’. Our work on policies to promote environmentally sustainable growth and to capture the economic opportunities offered by sustainable use of water, biodiversity and other natural resources is ever more relevant for all stakeholders now. org In May 2009 the Joint High-Level Meeting of the Development Assistance Committee and the Environment Policy Committee led to the adoption of the Policy Guidance on Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Co-operation.

Policy must overcome these problems to counter the risk of high and persistent unemployment. New policy approaches are needed on issues ranging from training for business creation and skills upgrading to better integration of entrepreneurial education in higher education. org ” Access to finance remains one of the principal challenges for entrepreneurs and SMEs. In 2010 OECD will continue to assess the issues and policies in the aftermath of the global crisis. A pilot OECD Scoreboard on SME and entrepreneurship financing data and policies has been launched to help OECD member and non-member countries monitor and report on and discuss SME and entrepreneurship financing trends on a regular basis.

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