Contemporary Public Administration Management
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This programme is an advanced course for leaders and policy makers in the public sector. It is designed to enhance the efficiency, accountability and responsiveness of organisations, expanding the influence of their work and enabling effective implementation. It is an essential course for capacity building in order to better serve the public.
- Strategic Leadership
- Quality Management in the Public Sector
- Policy Implementation
- National vs. Local Government Dynamics
- Economic Development
- Anti-Corruption Strategies
- Strategic HR Management
- Decision Making Process in Public Administration
- Executive Communication Skills
- Conflict Resolution
- Public-Private Partnership (PPP)
- Means to Improve Public Services
- Scenario Planning in the Public Sector
- M & E (monitoring and evaluation)
- Marketing and Competitive Strategies in the Public Sector
Who should attend
- Government officials
- Policy makers
- Decision makers
- Heads of organisations
Public Private Partnership Executive Program
This 3-day course targets National and County Government officers, State corporation managers, private sector professionals, technical consultants and financial institutions currently involved or planning to be involved in Public-Private Partnerships projects.
It aims to provide informative and interactive sessions on PPPs that will cover a broad range of topics including the regulatory framework, project financing, risk management, contract management,project complexity and stakeholder analysis.
At the end of the course, participants will be equipped with a better understanding of PPPs and their implementation.
The program employs the case methodology as a learning technique, that gives participants a chance to analyze the project aspects of PPPs as they immerse themselves in the real-life context of PPPs, group discussions and lectures delivered by Public Private Partnerships experts (both academics and practitioners).
- The infrastructure challenge: Why involve the private sector?
- The Institutional and Regulatory framework for PPPs
- Project finance in PPPs
- Risk management in PPPs
- Translating policy into infrastructure projects
- Project complexity and stakeholder analysis
Who should attend
- National and County Government officers,
- State corporation managers,
- Public Private Partnership Unit Officials,
- private sector professionals,
- technical consultants and financial institutions currently involved or planning to be involved in PPP projects.