Results-based management is no longer a foreign concept in public administration. For a number of years, various public sector institutions have been pursuing New Public Management as a core reform initiative. The goal is to replace the current, input-oriented management model. Our successful public sector projects show that when introducing management and controlling approaches, enough time must be provided for the desired changes to take root. Many individual aspects have to be taken into account, e.g.:
The main challenge lies in specifying coordinated management approaches for public institutions. There are no silver bullets, there’s no “one size fits all”. However, it is possible to identify some success factors that help support the introduction of results-based management:
CTcon’s consultants will help you find answers to these questions and assist you in reaching your objectives. They help develop strategic and operational goals, provide support in anchoring the management model, drive required process and structural changes, and design effective and efficient processes, tools and procedures. CTcon's offering includes incentive and evaluation systems as well as management and staff training.