This selection looks to be addressing chronic misdirection and absence of structure leadership in pia. He has worked fifteen years in Islamic Republic of Pakistan and twelve years internationally, often in management and leadership roles. These assignments have concerned public sector reforms, management innovation, employee behavior amendment and economic development. He contains a mixture of world class quantitative and modern analytic skills as well as hands on management expertise.
Dr Musharraf Rasool Cyan holds a Ph.D. in economics from Georgia State University and Master of Science in Development Management from University college London. He stood initial within the nationwide competitive exam for civil service in 1990 and won gold medals for his performance within the management courses in the civil service Academy. His doctoral studies in economic science targeted on pricing, consumer behavior, taxation, investment in public assets, quantitative methods and analytical tools for potency and effectiveness. In his Ph.D. he conjointly studied the competitive aviation business and evolution of newer trends within the business in North America. He has conjointly noninheritable coaching from Embry-Riddle University on aviation management.
After his Ph.D., he worked at andrew Young school of Policy Studies in the area of public finance. the educational institution is ranked among the top five seats of learning during this subject in the world. His work with public sector finance and investments publically assets are of specific relevance. pia operates in a very competitive aviation industry and at this stage needs sound business designing, financial management, market growth, performance oriented employee management and upgrades in pia systems. Dr Cyan possesses the proper mix of credentials in these areas.
In the public service sector, Dr Cyan is known for his integrity, dedication to professional standards and competency in government circles of Pakistan. He has wide ranging expertise in implementation of public sector programs in Pakistan, assumptive leadership roles from early age and managing multiple agencies underneath his control. in addition, he has led design and implementation of public sector reforms in senior roles. From 2002 to 2005 he led implementation of decentralization reform at the federal level under a $300 million country wide program, supported by the Asian Development Bank, including many federal ministries, four provincial governments and every one local governments across Pakistan. As a part of this program, he implemented a $30 million performance enhancement program in public sector organizations across the four provinces of Pakistan.
Earlier in his career, he worked in senior public sector management positions in Khyber-Pukhtunkhwa Province, wherever as Chief economist he spearheaded implementation and management of the province’s multi-billion rupee development program and supervised a large number of projects and programs in multiple sectors. In his district and municipal assignments, he honed his skills in human resource management.
In recent years, when completing his doctor's degree in economic science, he has worked in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Egypt, Jordan, Macedonia, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, and also the united states of America. These assignments have involved public sector reforms, behavior amendment and economic development. He has provided technical assistance to world bank, Asian Development Bank, United National Development Program, USAID and different international organizations.
In addition to his record of twenty six years of work in service delivery and economic development, he has authored numerous reports and papers on public sector in Pakistan and has recently published a book titled Taxation for Pakistan’s Revival, Oxford University Press (2015).