Public sector varies among countries depending on the legislation that governs the state-owned organizations; generally it focuses on providing services that can benefit the entire society rather than just those who are using the service. Revenue could be defined as the annual or periodically yield of taxes, exercise as the other sources of income that a nation state or public sector collects or receives into their treasury for public use. This course will equip participant with pre-requisite skills to explore the public sector.
Participant will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of major changes in the political, social, and economic landscape
- Contribute to new ways of providing excellent service in the public sector
- Identify new areas of contribution to national development
- Enhance policy thinking in the public sector
- Make more effective use of resources – human, financial and physical for revenue generation
- Introduction to Public Sector, Economic Government and Revenue Generation
- Government and Governance: Major changes in the political, social, and economic landscape
- Economic Policy development
- Structuring Public Sector Policy
- Drivers of Productivity: Scorecards and measurements
- Optimizing Resources for Revenue Generation
- Revenue optimization
- Cost minimization: Expenditure controls
- Fiscal balance
- Senior Leadership as Drivers of Change
At the end of the programme participant will be able to:
- Understand the key concepts, ideas, theories and terminology associated with public administration and public sector management.
- Understand the main issues in key theoretical debates in public administration and public sector management.
- Apply relevant concepts and theories to individual cases in a comparative context.
- Understand the main principles in public sector reform and apply them to individual cases. demonstrate
- Improved capacity for critical analysis as well as for clear and effective communication, both written and oral.
Chief officers, Chairpersons, Board members, Directors, Heads of departments, Managers, Executives, City Council members, Mayors, Administrators, Planners, Sheriffs, Police Chiefs, Fire chiefs, school board members, county commissioners, governors, state cabinet secretaries and legislators.