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12 June 2017 - 23 June 2017

Results-Based Management in public and international organizations

12 June 2017 - 23 June 2017

Results-Based Management in public and international organizations

Results-Based Management in public and international organizations
Deadline for application: 02 June 2017
English
A9010391
Turin Centre
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Course Information

12 June 2017 - 23 June 2017

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9010391

English

Deadline: 02 June 2017

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Management is about achieving results. Organizations applying Results-Based Management (RBM) articulate their vision through a strategic plan operationalized through programmes and then projects. This course explores the elements of an integrated results-based management system built around a set of desired long-term, medium-term and short-term results and an array of intermediate deliverables and activities which need to be monitored in respect of time, scope, quality and cost. The training sessions focus on the practical application of RBM concepts and techniques, and on the development of an effective performance management system that can track actual achievements against planned strategy, programme and project objectives in real time.

Description

Description

Management is about achieving results. Organizations applying Results-Based Management (RBM) articulate their vision through a strategic plan operationalized through programmes and then projects. This course explores the elements of an integrated results-based management system built around a set of desired long-term, medium-term and short-term results and an array of intermediate deliverables and activities which need to be monitored in respect of time, scope, quality and cost. The training sessions focus on the practical application of RBM concepts and techniques, and on the development of an effective performance management system that can track actual achievements against planned strategy, programme and project objectives in real time.

Target audience

Target audience

Directors and managers of public and private organizations, programme managers and planners, national project coordinators, performance auditors, and monitoring and evaluation specialists.

Content

Content

Introduction to Results-Based Management

  • RBM concepts: origin, process and terminology
  • RBM: the latest developments 

Strategic Planning (or programming)

  • Major planning concepts and approaches to conduct a strategic planning exercise
  • Understanding of the organisational mandate, its key sectors of activity, strategic orientation and prioritization 
  • Building the programme results-chain from the relevant policies: priorities, outcomes, outputs and activities
  • Identification and validation of programme performance indicators
  • Setting a baseline: definition and validation of programme targets

Implementation Planning and Mid-term expenditures budgeting

  • Preparing an implementation plan: building the programme architecture
  • Programme budgeting and resource mobilization
  • Prioritization of projects under the programme
  • Programme Results-Oriented Matrix and Mid-Term Expenditures Framework (MTEF)
  • Linkages with the various national and sector working frameworks

Programme Implementation

  • Assessing country and institutional situation and definition of the implementation strategy: alignment, harmonisation and ownership 
  • Building the Monitoring and Evaluation System
  • Data collection
  • Management Information System
  • Reporting on results
  • Information sharing to improve decision-making 

Evaluation and Knowledge Management

  • The evaluation principles and function of the evaluation unit
  • Knowledge management and organisational learning

How to apply

How to apply

All open courses are available to interested candidates, particularly those involved in the implementation of public sector reform programmes or development projects funded by the UN, EU and/or multilateral banks as well as bilateral technical assistance programmes which normally have budgetary allocations earmarked for training expenses. 

In order to receive further information on the technical contents of a specific course, please contact: sdp@itcilo.org

Participation in our open courses is processed by filling an on-line application form accompanied by a commitment letter duly signed (with institutional stamp) by the participant’s sponsoring institution.

Contact us

sdp@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 2275

Subsistence cost: 1350

Total cost: 3625

 

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