While governments have successfully implemented management improvements over the past decade, many still struggle with the issue of successful policy-making and implementation.
Common problems include:
- rushing to solutions without thorough analysis, elegantly written policy documents without adequate implementation arrangements
- lack of integration of policy-making into annual and medium-term budgeting leading to inadequate funding for new policies
- lack of imagination in the choice of policy instruments and methods of implementation
- formal evaluation processes than have no impact on policy on the ground.
The programme heavily employs the case methodology as a learning technique, that gives participants a chance to analyze real public policy negotiation scenarios as they immerse themselves in various contemporary negotiation challenges, group discussions and lectures delivered by public policy experts (both academic and practitioners).
The mode of delivery is online.
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