Leading Policy and Organizational Change

Policy Development and Innovation

Master the ins and outs of successfully developing program policy in government with heavy emphasis on innovation

Gain Stakeholder Support

Learn how to build support for new policies among key stakeholders inside and outside of your program

Overcome Resistance

Monitor your change initiative to break through barriers and produce wins

MODULE 1

  • Using the Policy Function to Drive Innovation and Change in Government
  • The role of policy in program management and innovation
  • Who gets to make policy and how is it formulated?
  • Why policy starts the process of innovation and change

MODULE 2

  • Policy Innovation: Developing Breakthrough Strategies
  • Conducting strategic policy assessments
  • Utilizing data analytics for policy development
  • Pilot projects, evidence-based analysis, and incentives

MODULE 3

  • Achieving Stakeholder Buy-In for Policy Change
  • Solidifying agency leadership support
  • Mapping stakeholders and assessing the players
  • Determining which stakeholders you must get on board, which you can do without
  • Fusing legislative relations into your policy change efforts

MODULE 4

  • Assess Internal and External Resistance to Change
  • Evaluate risk and assess the critical elements of the change
  • Build the case for your policy or organizational change by building a case that directly addresses points of resistance

MODULE 5

  • Communications Plans – Rolling out your change
  • External communications plan – stakeholders and program partners
  • Internal communications plan – program managers, line employees

MODULE 6

  • Establish Accountability for Change Implementation
  • Performance measures, reporting, and monitoring approaches
  • Celebrating successes and reinforcing new direction

Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 8779929521

Address:
1440 G St NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20005, United States

  • June 28, 2017 - June 29, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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