Covid-19 Impacts on Government Departments: How Results Based Management is Helping

A Free Webinar
Offered by the Performance And Planning Exchange (PPX)
A Not for Profit Organization

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April 15th, 2021
10:00am – 11:00am

Presenters:
Presentation by Paule LabbeAssistant Deputy Minister, Strategy and Engagement, Shared Services Canada

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Presentation by Anne Routhier, Director General, Strategic Planning and Reporting, Natural Resources Canada

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Moderated by Art Stewart (Performance and Planning Exchange Past President and Treasurer)

Results Based Management (RBM) is currently receiving renewed attention within public administrations in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. How has/will RBM help public sector organizations navigate the impacts of the pandemic on their operations and service delivery in a highly unpredictable and complex environment? Results Based Management at its best helps to identify, analyze and recommend actions to anticipate and mitigate unexpected events and uncertainty, including through sound oversight, planning, risk management, performance measurement, reporting and other RBM processes.

In this webinar, our guest speakers will discuss the challenges, strategies, and results thus far that their organizations (Shared Services Canada and Natural Resources Canada) have faced and addressed arising from the pandemic. Particular aspects covered will include the roles of strategic planning, risk management, data/metrics, and reporting have been playing to help guide departmental business decisions. Lessons learned going forward will also be discussed.

This webinar will be of interest to a broad audience, including program managers, public administrators, academics, and those involved in any of the RBM functions.

Presentations in English and Q and A in bilingual format.