Performance Measurement and Evaluation (P237)
A policy is created, a program designed, and then launched. What comes next? First comes short term performance measurement which seeks to answer questions around efficiency: “What are we doing?” and “What needs improvement?” Then, after a longer period, normally three to five years, it is time for an evaluation to assess effectiveness, which seeks to answer “How did we do?” and “Were we successful?”
Over time, various levels of governments have parceled off performance measurement and evaluation to the back corner of a department, often separating it from the specific programs under review. This introductory workshop seeks to provide policy analysts and program and community managers with a set of generic tools to assess their own programs and make adjustments as the need arises. The goal is increased efficacy, effectiveness, and economy.
This is a two-day workshop in Ottawa.
Space is still available for all course dates listed, unless otherwise noted.
By the end of this seminar, you will be able to:
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Who Should Attend This Course?
This course is designed for policy analysts, program officers, subject-matter experts, managers and other interested participants.
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This training workshop addresses:
• Analytical Thinking