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.
On September 17th, the UNC School of Government will offer the workshop, “Practical Analytic Techniques for Local Government,” presented by David Ammons and Dale Roenigk. This workshop does meet the “evaluation course requirement” for anyone pursuing the Budget & Evaluation Certification.
For more information on the course, and to register, visit the following link:
This August thru October, the UNC School of Government will be offering workshops for public administration professionals designed to help improve performance measurement and analytic presentation skills. These workshops are developed and coordinated by Dr. David Ammons, the Albert Coates Professor of Public Administration and Government at UNC and a recognized leader in the field of local government performance measurement and benchmarking.
The following courses are available for registration online through the UNC School of Government (click on one to register):