Sep 23, 2018
Oct 09, 2018
Objective: Understand that the purpose of the development program is to promote a process of open-ended social interaction. Contents: Introduction The concept of “managerial monitoring practices” Aspects and levels of operation Monitoring as a recursive process The monitoring process in concert with all other managerial duties Evaluation processes The situational contexts that shape monitoring practices.
Objectives: Critically review the nature of managerial monitoring practices and the guiding questions behind them. Contents: Questions according to the desired results and the assumptions that form the basis for the initiative The link between risk management and monitoring practices Questions according to the criteria that support the project Questions according to the responsibilities and interests of team members Questions that vary according to the challenges faced at each stage of an initia
Objective: Practice identifying and developing indicators relevant to a specific developmental initiative. Contents: The nature of the phenomena and desired results The relationship between questions that guide monitoring practices and the indicators that they are based on he nature of indicators The different natures of outcomes and indicators Types of indicators The process of defining an indicator Indicators, baselines and goals The operative specifications that are the conceptual framework f
Objective: Analyze in detail the implications of the concept of managerial monitoring practices relevant to the conflicts of interest which it entails. Contents: Handling information: surveying, processing, distributing The comparative advantages to each team member's access to data Combine utility and convenience in carrying out efforts
Objective: Be aware of the need for developing strategies that proactively foster the use of information generated by monitoring and become fluent in designing them. Contents: Management culture and the use of information Best practices for fostering the use of information Questions that help formulate the design of successful strategies
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 courses "Development and its Management" and “Framework for Developmental Results” will be able to enroll in this course.
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 September 23rd. Early bird fee is USD$60.00. After September 23rd, 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.