Two upcoming workshops offered by the UNC School of Government focus on developing the skills necessary to be effective and versed in evaluation and performance measurement.
On August 26th, David Ammons and Dale Roenigk will lead “Practical Analytic Techniques for Local Government.” This one-day course focuses on techniques for planning, monitoring, and evaluating programs and activities. Participants will learn about a variety of easy-to-apply analytic techniques and will discuss examples of successful analysis in local governments.
On September 9th, David Ammons will also offer “Performance Measurement 101: Designing Measures in Local Government for Accountability and Results.” This one-day workshop focuses on the fundamentals of performance measurement and the design of measures having good managerial value for strengthening local government performance.
Both workshops will be presented at the Knapp-Sanders Building on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and cost $125 each per person. Use the links above to register online for each, or click here to learn more about these and other UNC School of Government training opportunities.