As a program manager, you must review program performance and overcome common issues that often stand as impediments to operational performance and program success. You are challenged to detect, examine, and clearly understand these issues without supporting evidence; even more difficult to find strategies to mitigate or eliminate them. With an effective evidence-based program evaluation process, you will be better equipped to determine program performance and effectiveness.
Establish a five (5) step program evaluation review process, including tips on how to plan, prepare, and schedule reviews and continuously improve their effectiveness
Determine where to improve performance by evaluating a program against a performance management maturity model consisting of ten (10) distinct performance indicators
Government programs must be evaluated periodically against the outcomes they were established and funded to achieve. Learn how to apply evidence-based performance evaluation to do this effectively.
Discover the benefits of using evidence-based reviews to determine program effectiveness, along with the criteria, skills, and preparation steps to conduct reviews