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PUBLIC MANAGEMENT Group Case Study : The Wet Valley Crisis


Water Crisis in Klang Valley

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Mohd. Amar Bin Aziz Iz'aan Shazwan Bin Sharif Norhasila Binti Jamil Junriana Raja Abumanshur Matridi Aeksalo Shahril Budiman
20 MAY 2012

Contents
Klang Valley Water Crisis CASE STUDY

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General Overview
Case Analysis

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Approach
Strategic Plan

GROUP DISCUSS | THE WET VALLEY CRISIS

GENERAL OVERVIEW
1998 KLANG VALLEY WATER CRISIS
Selangor and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, particularly a large section of the Klang Valley experienced a serious water shortage in 1998 This water shortage, never experienced to such an extent since 1982, actually resulted in a crisis situation involving practically the whole water supply system

Some 1.8 million consumers in 665 areas and housing estates in the Klang Valley were affected by the water shortage to the extent of disrupting their daily lives and affecting them emotionally

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Chronology of the Klang Valley Water Crisis

July 1997

El Nino Period (Drought)

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Chronology of the Klang Valley Water Crisis

El Nino Period (Drought)

August 1998
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Analyzing Klang Valley Water Crisis


Analysis Cases

Internal Problem

External Problem

Organization Factor

Environment and Globalization

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Internal Causes (Organization Factor)


Intergovernmental Relationship

Privatization of water distribution

Weakness of Law Provision

Risk Management Decision making

Lack of clear information, system and employer


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External Causes

Natural disaster :
El-Nino

Globalization causes :
Industrial development Rapid growth population Water waste

Environmental cause :
River Pollution Illegal Logging
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Klang Valley Water Crisis Analysis Diagram Problems Approach - Strategic


ROSENBLOOM APPROACH
Problem Intergovernment al Relationship Privatization of water distribution Weakness of Law Supervision Risk Management: Decision Making Lack of clear information, system and employer

Long-term Strategy Plan


ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

DECISION MAKING COGNITIVE APPROACH GOVERNMENT FUNCTION

Coordination Monitoring & Control Rule of Law Holding discussion Technology Management Computerizing of water distribution Cooperation with other Public Officer City Planning management system Reforestation

POLITICAL APPROACH

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