BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT - Management course for Development Practitioners
The debates on Aid are changing and influence how your stakeholders perceive your activities and results. Consequently, managerial responsibilities and tasks become even more multi-faceted. This course equips you with essential management tools and strengthens your skills to become an even more successful manager. It introduces participants to the different roles and tasks of a manager in the life cycle of a development intervention. It applies a set of methods and tools that allow you to manage in a more successful and transparent manner. It familiarizes participants with contemporary aid and financing modalities to enhance awareness in the context in which they operate. It analyzes the capacity of the participants’ organizations to manage change based on their development results.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
-Discuss contemporary aid issues
-Identify project planning and management roles
-Prepare for implementation and design of projects
-Develop negotiating skills
-Identify implementation and performance management, with the use of organizational assessment and teambuilding
-Monitor and evaluate staff and project results
-A manager, coordinator or head of department of a government or non-governmental organization.
-Those having at least three years professional work experience in projects or programs related to development cooperation.