Jun 03, 2018
Jun 19, 2018
Objectives: Provide general guidelines for interpreting the context and objectives of a development initiative. Contents: Mandates, mission statements, vision and desired social transformation. The causal hypothesis that supports every initiative. Levels of development for results. Conceptual framework for results. - Marco de Resultados.
Objectives: Describe and analyze the map that helps formulate and manage development initiatives that focus on the achievement of valuable results. Contents: The relationships among levels of results. The nature of each level of achievement, contextualized within the framework of chains for results. The need for defining objectives that all parties agree to.
Objectives: Contextualize an initiative in the arena of public policy. Analyze areas of management responsibility in light of initiatives and the framework policy that justifies them. Contents: The relationship between an initiative and a policy. Assessment. Areas of responsibility in an initiative or policy. Full and subsidiary responsibilities of managers.
Objectives: Analyze specific performance results that every development initiative follows. Resolve unmet expectations in performance results, and the strategies for taking such actions. Contents: The nature of performance results in changing individuals. The necessary involvement of the consumer in making changes. The experimental approach. The relationship between the significance of the product and the results. Relevance of a strategy.
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. Only participants who have completed the course "Development and its Management" will be able to enroll in this course.
The full fee for this course is USD $120. This course is almost fully subsidized by IDB (Inter-American Development Bank). We offer a 50% discount for an early bird payment done by June 3rd. Early bird fee is USD $60. After June 3rd, the full fee will be charged. The costs for the development of this course have been covered, largely, by funds from the IDB (Inter-American Development Bank). Participants pay US $120 to register (non-refundable), 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.