4 edition of Results-Based Development found in the catalog.
April 8, 2003
by Training & Performance Solutions
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||222|
Results-Based Facilitation (RBF), which helps leaders design, lead and contribute in meetings that effectively move groups from talk to action and hold participants accountable for advancing the work. In places from Seattle to Atlanta, results-based leadership development has helped leaders move together from vision to action to results. results-based management within individual agencies and at the country level, through the UNDAF, as one of its five programming principles. The application of results-based in the development field.
A script for introducing a results-based budget by a department director; Performance Measure examples forChild Welfare, Welfare to Work, Education, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Corrections, Economic Development and more; San Mateo County Outcome-Based Budget Pilot excerpts. Chapter 1:Planning, monitoring and evaluation for development results. Introduction; Putting planning, monitoring and evaluation together: Results-based management; Principles of planning, monitoring and evaluating for development results; Overview of key roles and responsibilities.
APPROACH #3: Results Based Approach. When we use a results based approach, the request is based on a real business and performance goal. All stakeholders are willing to take the time and use the resources to conduct a full assessment to develop the right solution. Even if it’s not the solution that the organization wants. level, in their strategic planning, public expenditure management, results-based M&E systems, and statistical capacity strengthening. Part 3 attempts to capture experience in managing for development results in sector programs and projects. Part 4 discusses ways development .
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Results-Based Development is the next stage of your journey toward achieving excellence in organizational performance. To continue the conversation, the author invites you to participate in an international newsletter dedicated to improving return on investment from your organizational development initiatives.5/5(2).
A landmark book, Results-Based Leadership challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding leadership. Authors Ulrich, Zenger, and Smallwood--world-renowned experts in human resources and training--argue that it is not enough to gauge leaders by personal traits such as character, style, and by: First published inthis book remains remarkably relevant to the ever-expanding global business world that has since developed.
In it, Ulrich, Zenger, and Smallwood explain how to connect leadership attributes to results/5. and approaches for improved development results at country level October This handbook development exercise was spearheaded by the Results-based Management (RBM) Task Team of the United Nations Development Group working group on programming issues.
To respond to these questions this paper reviews and analyses the findings from various evaluations and reviews of results-based management systems conducted by members of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC), the OECD/DAC Results Community Secretariat and other bodies in the past four years ().Author: Janet Vähämäki, Chantal Verger.
RESULTS BASED MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION Janet Vähämäki, Martin Schmidt, and Joakim Molander 30 November The review has been funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
Arguments and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the sponsor.!. The results-based approach May / Programme/project management: The results-based approach (Urgence, Réhabilitation, Développement) for her invaluable contribution to the development and design of this handbook and its accompanying training package.
Some of the content of the handbook has been adapted from other. improvements in the development situation. This paper is intended to assist in understanding and using the basic concepts and principles of results-based management.
General information on RBM concept in this document is based on materials of some UN agencies. Bearing in mind that different RBM terminology is used by different actors due to.
Results-based management (RBM), which has been implemented successfully in the public sector in many developed countries, is a relatively new concept in developing countries. This article outlines the two major models of RBM, that is, the integrated results-based management system; the logic model and the conceptual model.
Results-Based Accountability™ is a disciplined way of thinking and acting to improve entrenched and complex social problems. Communities use it to improve the lives of children, youth, families, adults.
RBA is also used by organizations to improve the effectiveness of their programs. Developed by Mark Friedman and described in his book Trying Hard is Not Good Enough, RBA is being used in all. UNSDG Results-based Management Handbook. Download PDF: English.
Downloads: Copy url. Copy url. The main purpose of the Handbook is to provide. An effective state is essential to achieving socio-economic and sustainable development. With the advent of globalization, there are growing pressures on governments and organizations around the world to be more responsive to the demands of internal and external stakeholders for good governance, accountability and transparency, greater development effectiveness, and delive/5(2).
results based management: overview of its history and achievement 62 A short history of RBM 63 A short review of experiences with RBM 64 An overview of an RBM system: the United Nations Development group 65 Introduction 65 Phase 1: planning (including vision, results framework and M&E) 67 Phase 2.
Results-Based Accountability™ (“RBA”) is a decision-making framework that helps government agencies, non-profits, communities, and foundations improve the lives of children, families and communities worldwide by delivering long-term, measurable impact.
The RBA Guide is a step-by-step roadmap to learn how to lead or facilitate a group in the use of RBA decision making. Results-based management (RBM) is a tool for monitoring and managing the implementation of strategy favoured particularly by organisations and agencies that are part of or are linked to the United Nations.
It in many respects is similar to the Logical Framework, a strategy implementation tool used extensively by Non-governmental organizations. Description The second edition of this bestselling book, 'Return on Investment in Training and Performance Improvement Programs,' guides you through a proven, results-based approach to calculating the Return on Investment in training and performance improvement programs.
Evaluation Capacity Development and Institutionalization—Key Issues Addressed in Colombia, China, and Indonesia Figures i.i Illustrative Logic Model for One National Development Goal 18 Ten Steps to Designing, Building, and Sustaining a Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System First, we used our Learning Consulting practice to identify process, understanding, and behaviour gaps in the entire service delivery cycle.
Then, our Performance Improvement practice created a common philosophy for service, brought it to life through mantras that were inculcated across the Organisation, and institutionalized servicing capability rooted in the reality of their business processes.
focused and transparent. At the international level, the MDGs call for a results based approach with defined goals to be achieved by In donor countries tax-payers are demanding their governments show how public spending is contributing to development.
Citizens and civil society organisations in many developing countries are becoming. Results-based management is the technique most commonly used by donors and the NGO sector to assess programme effectiveness.
The key elements of results-based management are: Identify clear and measurable results – ie what a project aims to achieve. Define them at different levels, including ‘outputs’, ‘outcomes’ and ‘impact’.
Results-based financing can encourage the use of best practices by education authorities, including relying on standard technical specifications for book procurement, developing pooled funding mechanisms, and ensuring that procurement processes achieve the .A landmark book, Results-Based Leadership challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding leadership.
Authors Ulrich, Zenger, and Smallwood--world-renowned experts in human resources and training--argue that it is not enough to gauge leaders by personal traits such as character, style, and values. Rather, effective leaders know how to connect these leadership attributes with results.Results Based Facilitation Workbook V That workbook and its predecessors have been dis- tributed to thousands of people over the past 15 years.
During that time, hundreds of leaders and facilitators have used Results Based Facilitation (RBF) in service to their organizations, neighborhoods, and communities.