Jun 30, 2018
Jul 17, 2018
Objective: Analyze the concept of risk in the administration of developmental initiatives. Contents: Definitions. Introduction to risk management practices The focus of management Risks that aren't really risks
Objectives: Analyze concepts that help identify potential sources of risk to value creation; learn strategies for managing them. Contents: Uncertainty as a rule in social interaction processes Developmental initiatives as “experiments” The concept of the “implementation team” The design vs. implementation paradigm crisis The “command and control” paradigm crisis
Objective: Identify potential sources of risk to value creation and propose possible strategies for managing them. Contents: The “execution unit”/“beneficiaries” paradigm crisis The functions of the petition leader in an implementation team Breakdowns in the environment Predictable and unpredictable side effects
Objectives: Analyze in detail the effects of team-member behaviors on the overall actions of the development initiative.. Introduction to the concept of program monitoring and developing risk management for it. Contents: Breakdowns in the environment, orchestrated by individuals with an interest in the initiative Management of risks resulting from inconsistencies in the implementation team The crisis of articulating management commitment
Latin American professionals from governmental and non-governmental organizations, from Latin America and the Caribbean, that bear the responsibility for the design, execution and evaluation of policies, programs and projects that are intended to contribute to social, effective, efficient, fair and sustainable development.
The full fee for this course is USD$120.00. This course is almost fully subsidized by IDB. We offer a 50% discount for an early bird payment done by June 30th. Early bird fee is USD$60.00. After July 5th, the full fee will be charged. Participants will pay the corresponding amount to register in the course (no refunds), which will allow them access to the INDES (Inter-American Institute for Social and Economic Development) virtual classroom, to its resources, to ongoing mentoring by the teachers/tutors, technical support for the virtual platform and a certificate of course completion, for those participants earning a point total of 65 or more. Each participant is responsible for his or her own costs for Internet access. It should be emphasized that this fee does not cover the entire cost for the course; IDB, through its regional technical cooperation program, covers the balance of the applicable fees.