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Leading Successful Programs: Using Evidence to Assess Effectiveness

Leading Successful Programs: Using Evidence to Assess Effectiveness



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Challenges program managers to rethink the goals of their programs and reassess how to gather and use data to determine their effectiveness

Session Dates:
April 26, 2020 – May 01, 2020
Application Deadline: February 26, 2020
Faculty Chair: Dan Levy
Faculty Chair: Julie Boatright Wilson

Program Director: Anna Shanley
Program fee: $9,400

Session Description
Applications may be submitted after the deadline and will be considered if space remains. Please contact the program director for additional information.

In all organizations, managers like you are under increasing pressure to prove their programs—and, by extension, their leadership—are effective. But what constitutes reliable and valid evidence of effectiveness and how can it be generated to assess a program’s effectiveness? What data should be collected? How should managers use it?

Leading Successful Programs: Using Evidence to Assess Effectiveness is an executive program that will help you answer these critical questions. We will challenge you to rethink your programs’ goals and reassess how you gather, evaluate and use data to determine their effectiveness. The curriculum will also equip you with the tools you need to design policy and implement more effective programs.

Better Decisions Mean Better Programs

Designed by Harvard Kennedy School faculty, Leading Successful Programs considers many types of evaluations—including design, process and impact—as well a wide range of methodologies. Special attention is paid to the use of data from evaluations and other types of evidence to help you provide better leadership and make more effective decisions about your programs.

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