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06 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

Results-based management in public and international organizations

06 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

Results-based management in public and international organizations

Results-based management in public and international organizations

Course Information

06 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9011949

English

Enrolment deadline: 06 May 2019

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Description

Description

Management is about achieving results. Organizations applying Results-Based Management (RBM) articulate their vision and mission through a strategic plan operationalized in the form of programmes and budgets. 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 with respect to 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.

Objectives

Objectives

The main objective of the course is to provide a thorough introduction to the concepts and methods used for the design and the implementation of an RBM integrated system in an organization as well as to provide participants with the required RBM tools and techniques to support the development of their system.

Competencies addressed

Competencies addressed

Participants who successfully complete the training can expect to improve or enhance their knowledge and skills in the following areas.

 Possess the general knowledge and technical skills related to RBM by knowing about:

  • RBM origin, core principles, main processes and terminology
  • Experiences of implementing RBM in different contexts and different types of institutions
  • The latest developments in the field of results-based management

 Integrate results-based management into staff performance management

  • Support top management in articulating the institution vision, mission, values and declaration of services to citizens or constituents
  • Design and use managers’ performance and accountability agreements
  • Promote the use of benchmarking and an outward-looking culture

Coordinate strategic planning exercise

  • Channel vision, mission and values into the strategic plan, the programme(s), the recurrent operations, the projects and the budgets
  • Know about the various concepts and approaches to conduct strategic planning exercises
  • Align strategic plan, programming frameworks, programmes and projects
  • Prioritize and balance programmes and projects in a constrained financial environment

 Develop and design results-oriented programmes and projects

  • Develop results-oriented strategic plans, programmes and projects
  • Apply and manage the results-based feedback loop(s): assess, think, envision, plan, do and review
  • Know the RBM tools and techniques to use at each phase of the programming and project cycle

Design monitoring, evaluation and knowledge management systems

  • Plan for monitoring, reporting and control
  • Develop or validate performance indicators and data collection mechanisms
  • Oversee programmes and projects implementation
  • Establish and implement an evaluation function
  • Report on results, lessons learned and best practices
  • Use of ITCS to support RBM

 Implementation, monitoring and learning

  • Prepare periodic work plans and budgets
  • Manage risks
  • Mobilize resources for programme and project implementation
  • Learn and improve service delivery
  • Optimize use of resources

 Use of RBM to support decision-making process

  • Plan and implement evidence-based decision processes

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The training will rely on the development of a range of advanced training materials bringing together theoretical concepts and practical case studies. The training methodology will balance classroom lecturing with practical applications.

Contact us

sdp@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 2335

Subsistence cost: 1400

Total cost: 3735

 

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