Managing Public Sector Performance in Developing Countries

Start: May 27, 2024
End: Jun 7, 2024
Venue: Dubai - UAE
Format: Two weeks
Duration: 2 weeks
Statement of Need

Many factors inhibit economic growth in africa. Development partners have redefined themselves, putting the responsibility of steering our economies in our own hands. How do we introduce managerism in the public sector so as to do more with less and be relevant to the citizen. What are the emerging lessons on prospects and challenges of public sector reforms in the developing world?

Who Attends

Public sector managers: men and women commissioners, directors, planners, economic modelers and those involved in implementing public reforms.

How participants will benefit

At the end of the course, participants should be able to: –

  • Establish the need to reform and re-invent government.
  • Establish the need for developing a ‘responsive and responsible government.
  • Acquire techniques to engage the citizen as the client and partner in implementing government programmes.
  • Develop techniques for evaluating undertaken reforms, identify areas for improvement and re-design new public management programmes.
  • Align government reforms with the global sustainable development goals.

US$ 2300 to cover tuition and training materials only.