Barker Hoffmann Government Strategy Management Programme

Course Description

As the Philippine government turns a new leaf with its change of administration, its new senior officials are at the center of the nation’s spotlight. Societal issues are raised once more, such as poverty, population growth, and environmental change. The entire nation is eager to see the new government’s strategy at work, and how it will impact the lives of everyday citizens. It is a poignant time. Under these tough new demands, government leaders need to become better than before. They need to be able to set bold new strategies for development, and systematically cascade them down the hierarchy of civil servants for swift execution. The aimed result is an increase in government productivity: decreased costs, improved quality and quantity of government services, greater public satisfaction with the government, and all in all, a better of quality of life for Filipino citizens.

In this programme, learn the step-by-step process of developing and executing a powerful strategy for your government institution in a manner that will deliver sustainable improvements in your institution’s productivity and impact on the nation as a whole.

Learner Profile

This programme is designed for heads of national government institutions who are actively involved in high-level strategy planning and execution, and have a desire to develop their leadership and management skills to boost his/her Institution’s productivity.

Training Performance Guarantee

At the end of the programme, you will be able to:

Develop and Implement a Strategic Plan for your Institution using the Balanced Scorecard Approach for Government Planning.

  • Identify the broad National Outcomes of government to the Nation
  • Cascade the National Government’s Outcomes into your Agency’s corresponding Intermediate Outcomes, Outputs, Goals and Objectives.
  • Set Divisional Action Plans, Key Performance Indicators, resource allocations, and responsibility areas for Strategy Monitoring and Execution
  • Implement an HR Performance Management System that ties the individual performance of government employees to strategy achievement.
  • Generate an overall culture of customer-service, productivity, and results.

Speaker

ALAN BARKER
Regional Managing Director
Barker Hoffmann Consulting

As the Chairman of the Barker Hoffmann Global Consulting Group, he has managed the National Strategic Planning and Execution process in thirteen countries and over eighty government institutions—in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Philippines to name a few. His key corporate clients include Ernst and Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and McKinsey and Company.

As a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in the UK, Mr. Barker has spoken on numerous conferences across the globe on Government Strategic Planning and Implementation for a period of over twenty five (25) years.

Programme Schedule

8:00 – 9:00 A.M. MODULE 1: The Challenge of Managing Government Strategy From Recession into Growth
Year 2011 and Beyond
9:00 – 10:00 A.M. MODULE 2: National Strategic Planning
Setting a Progressive Long-term Direction for the Nation and It’s People
10:00 – 10:30 A.M. Morning snacks
10:30 – 12:00 N.N. MODULE 3: Departmental/Agency Strategic Planning
Cascading Nationwide Priorities into Agency-Specific Results
12:00 – 1:30 P.M. Buffet Lunch at the Circles Event Cafe
1:30 – 3:00 P.M. MODULE 4: Divisional Management Planning
Translating Agency Strategic Plans into Tactical Divisional Action Plans
3:00 – 3:30 P.M. Afternoon Tea
3:30 – 5:00 P.M. MODULE 5: Individual Performance Management
Using HR Performance Planning and Appraisal Systems to bridge strategy execution and individual results.
5:00 P.M. Distribution of Certificates of Competency: Government Strategic Planning and Implementation

Full Programme Description

Module 1: The Challenge of Managing Government Strategy from Recession Into Growth: Year 2011 and Beyond
8:00 – 9:00 A.M.

Topic Outline:

  • The World in 2010: Global, Regional, and National Highlights
  • The Evolution of Government Strategy Management Models Across 30 Years
  • Leadership and Management Competencies of Effective Government Leaders
  • The Barker Hoffmann Government Planning Model: Managing for Results
  • Benchmarks for Effective Government Strategy Management: Case Studies on Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom

Activities

  1. Research Presentation: The World in 2010
  2. Classroom Programme: Concepts & Methods
  3. Self-Assessment: Evaluating Your Government Institution’s Strategy Management Programme to Uncover Strengths & Developmental Areas


Module 2: National Strategic Planning - Setting a Progressive Long-term Direction for the Nation and It’s People
9:00 – 10:00 A.M.

Topic Outline

  • National Strategic Planning Best Practice: The roles and accountability areas for Strategy Management and Execution at the National Government Level
  • Current Trends: The Balanced Scorecard Approach and Using Planning Models Unique to Government
  • Visions, Missions, National Outcomes, Strategies for Competitive Advantage For Nations
  • Strategic Goals, Objectives, Strategy Maps, and Action Plans

Activities

  1. Class Programme:
    • Concepts & Methods
    • Examples of National Strategic Plans from Progressive Nations
  2. Writing Activity: Creating National Strategic Plans
    • Developing good visions, missions, and National Outcomes
    • Setting Competitive Strategies
    • Creating Goals & Objectives using the Balanced Scorecard Approach


Morning Snacks
10:00 – 10:30 A.M.

 

Module 3: Departmental/Agency Strategic Planning - Cascading Nationwide Priorities into Agency-Specific Results
10:30 – 12:00 N.N.

Topic Outline

  • Departmental/Agency Strategic Planning Best Practice: The roles and accountability areas for Strategy Management and Execution at the Department/Agency Level
  • National Strategy Distribution: Which National Goals Rest Upon the Performance of Your Agency (And Which Do Not)
  • Department-Specific Visions, Missions, and Intermediate Outcomes
  • Department Outputs and Key Performance Indicators
  • Departmental Strategic Goals, Objectives, Strategy Maps, and Action Plans

Activities

  1. Class Programme:
    • Concepts & Methods
    • Examples of Departmental Strategic Plans from Progressive Government Agencies
  2. Writing Activity: Creating Departmental Strategic Plans
    • Translating the National Strategy Into Department visions, missions, and Intermediate Outcomes
    • Converting Department Intermediate Outcomes into Department Outputs
    • Setting Key Performance Indicators for Measurement
    • Creating Goals & Objectives using the Balanced Scorecard Approach


Buffet Lunch at the Circles Event Café
12:00 – 1:30 P.M.

 

MODULE 4: Divisional Management Planning - Translating Departmental Strategic Plans into Tactical Divisional Action Plans
1:30 – 3:00 P.M.

Topic Outline

  • Departmental/Agency Strategic Planning Best Practice: The roles and accountability areas for Strategy Management and Execution at the Division Level
  • Key Result Areas and Key Performance Indicators
  • Short-term Goals and Objectives
  • Action Plans

Activities

  1. Class Programme:
    • Concepts & Methods
    • Examples of Management Plans at the Division Level
  2. Writing Activity
    • Write Departmental Mission Statements
    • Write Key Result Areas to communicate key output areas for each functional unit
    • Write Key Performance Indicators to determine the measurement indexes
    • Translate Key Result Areas into Goals and Objectives to set measurable annual performance targets for the division

 

Afternoon Tea
3:00 – 3:30 P.M.

 

MODULE 5: Civil Servant Individual Performance Management - Using HR Performance Planning and Appraisal Systems to Bridge Strategy Execution and Individual Results.
3:30 – 5:00 P.M.

Topic Outline:

  • Individual Performance Management Best Practice: The roles and accountability areas for Strategy Management and Execution at the Level of the Individual
  • Role Clarification: Key Result Areas into Critical Tasks, Non-Critical Tasks, and Developmental Tasks
  • Performance Conditions and Standards
  • Performance Planning – employee performance objectives, objective performance measurement scales
  • Performance Monitoring and Alignment – ongoing performance feedback, coaching, mentoring
  • Performance Evaluation – objective performance rating, discipline, and reward

Activities

  1. Class Programme:
    • Concepts & Methods
    • Examples of Performance Management Systems from Performance Planning to Evaluation
  2. Writing Activity
    • Writing Task Performance, Conditions & Standards
  3. Planning Activity: Your Strategy Management Improvement Action Plan

 

DISTRIBUTION OF CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY:
Government Strategic Planning and Implementation Skills
5:30 P.M.

 
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