Results‐based management (RBM) is everyone’s business. This two‐day workshop will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to lead and/or support RBM in your organization.
You will be introduced to an RBM approach that integrates strategic and operational planning,
performance measurement, risk management and cost management, while achieving an appropriate balance between the sustaining and change agendas of an organization or program area. The workshop content will be a balanced mix of management theory, best practices, practical examples and exercises. In addition, each participant receives a workbook and bibliography of helpful references. You will have the opportunity to participate in practical exercises where you will learn techniques for building the foundations, and executing the processes, that will enhance progress towards performance results in your organizations. The workshop is highly interactive with frequent opportunities to review concepts and receive feedback. You are invited to bring samples of your frameworks and products for review by the instructor.
By the end of this seminar, you will leave with practical tools and techniques for:
- Building and sustaining sound management structures (architectures, models and maps), frameworks (performance, risk and cost), accountability instruments (plans, project charters, work breakdown structures and reports) and enablers
- Developing high level and cascading strategy maps
- Aligning strategy maps, logic models and delivery chains
- Understanding performance patterns and drivers of good and not‐so‐good performance
- Developing ambitious aspirations, lagging and leading indicators
- Setting priorities and targets
- Managing interventions and delivery plans
- Integrating performance and risk
- Mapping and integrating sustaining and change agenda expenditures
- Monitoring the impacts of strategies and associated objectives, initiatives, projects, activities and their associated indicators and targets
- Assessing attribution, contribution and plausible associations
- Understanding and managing effective accountability relationships
All GN employees are welcome to register for the course, but participants are expected to complete the course based on Mountain Standard Time (MST) from 9 – 4:00 pm.