Public Sector Strategic Management

General

Program Description

Public Sector Strategic Management

Key Information

  • Course Code: PS103B3
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Fee: £1605

Course Outline

Establishing an Effective Organisational Vision for the Future

  • Desired immediate outcomes and longer-term benefits
  • An example
  • Process design and action guidelines

Implementing Strategies and Plans Successfully

  • Desired immediate and longer-term outcomes
  • Programmes and projects
  • The special role of budgets
  • Process design and action guidelines

Reassessing and Revising Strategies and Plans

  • Purpose and desired outcomes
  • Building a strategic management system
  • Process design and action guidelines

Target audience

  • Elected and appointed policymakers, managers, and planners in governments, public agencies, and non-profit organizations who are responsible for and who want to learn more about strategic planning and management.
  • City council members, mayors, city managers, administrators, and planners.
  • Sheriffs, police chiefs, fire chiefs, and their staffs.
  • School board members, administrators, and staff.
  • County commissioners, administrators, and planners.
  • Governors, state cabinet secretaries, administrators, and planners.
  • Legislators
  • Chief executive officers, chief administrative officers, chief financial officers, and chief information officers.
  • Executive directors, deputy directors, and unit directors.
  • Presidents and vice presidents.
  • Boards of directors of non-profit organizations.

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand:

  • The reasons public and non-profit organizations (collaborations and communities) should embrace strategic planning and management as ways of improving their performance.
  • The elements of effective deliberation and deliberative practices.
  • An effective strategic planning and management process for public and non-profit organizations that have been successfully used by many thousands of public and non-profit organizations around the world – the Strategy Change Cycle.
  • How to apply the process including information on specific tools and techniques that might prove useful in various circumstances within organizations, across organizations, and in communities.
  • The major roles that must be played by various individuals and groups for strategic planning to work and how the roles are played.
  • The various ways in which strategic planning may be institutionalized so that strategic thinking, acting, and learning may be encouraged, embraced, and embedded across an entire organization.
  • Many examples of successful (and unsuccessful) strategic planning practice.

What is Included:

  • 18 hours of classroom-based training
  • Apple iPad
Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

London Business Training & Consulting (LBTC) is the UK’s premier business and management training and consulting service provider. We cater to both individual and organisational clients from all o ... Read More

London Business Training & Consulting (LBTC) is the UK’s premier business and management training and consulting service provider. We cater to both individual and organisational clients from all over the world. Read less