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Policy Development, Implementation and Evaluation

Policy analysis and policy management are a cross-cutting methodology. Because of the suitability of a policy, it may differ across organisations depending on different factors such as culture, mode of governance, institutional landscape, etc. Policy making and implementation need to be undertaken carefully, understanding the process, successful policy implementation and the possible challenges that one could face during the process becomes vital for public sector professionals.

• Identifying the Nature of The Constitution and the Roles Played by Different Stakeholders on Policy-Making
• Using Policies in the Managerial Process
• Benchmarking an Existing Policy Against the Components of a Good Policy
• Steps in Analysing Policy
• Policy Evaluation Methodologies
• Factors Influencing Policy Monitoring and Evaluation
• Applying Principles of Good Governance and Ethical Behaviour

  • CEO’s, CFO’s and COO’s
  • Organisation Development Managers
  • Financial Directors and Managers
  • Chiefs, Directors and Deputy Directors
  • Deputy and Assistant Director
  • Policy Facilitators
  • Head of Directorates and Departments
  • Municipal Managers
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Managers
  • Organisational Development Managers
  • Integrated Development Planners
  • Succession Planning Managers
  • Strategic Planners and Managers

NQF Level 5, 5 Credits towards a Higher Certificate in Management.

A Competency certificate can be earned, subject to successful completion of the POE/ Assessment in the specified period stipulated at the event. If a participant chooses not to complete the assessment, he/she will receive a certificate of attendance only.

This workshop is aligned to the following:

SAQA Unit Standard Number 120307, Formulate and Evaluate Public Sector Policies and Regulations, NQF Level 5: and 8 Credits

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Date

May 25 2020 - May 29 2020

Time

7:30 am - 6:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 25 2020 - May 29 2020
  • Time: 01:30 - 12:00
Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo

Location

Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo
73 Gladiator Street, Kempton Park Gauteng
Intelligent Africa

Organiser

Intelligent Africa
Phone
+27 12 997 7676
Email
info@intelligentafrica.com

Speakers

  • Prof Nicolene Barkhuizen
    Prof Nicolene Barkhuizen
    BCom HR, Hons BCom Labour Relations, MCom Industrial Psychology, Phd Industrial Psychology

    Nicolene received several awards for her academic performance during her studies. Subsequently Nicolene began her career as a lecturer and academic in 2005.Currently Nicolene has more than 100 scientific publications including books, chapters in textbooks, peer reviewed conference proceedings and journal articles. She presented more than 150 research papers at both local and international conferences. Nicolene has served as the Chair of the SABPP during 2011 and 2012 as well on its executive board. Nicolene’s research outputs have resulted in various research awards and nominations. In 2006 she was awarded Faculty Junior Researcher of the Year, at University of Johannesburg. Nicolene’s employment at the North-West University resulted in the following research awards: Faculty Senior Researcher of the Year (2013) and Rectors Award for the Most Productive Researcher in the Faculty of Commerce and Administration (2013)

  • Prof. Nico Schutte
    BA Hons H R Development, MA Masters Management and Development, PhD Public Administration, PhD Industrial Psychology

    BA Hons H R Development, MA Masters Management and Development, PhD Public Administration, PhD Industrial Psychology

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