Strategic Policy Design and Goal Crafting Master Class
- Key Learning Benefits
- You will be introduced to the strategic elements for goal crafting
- Participants will be guided through the importance of strategic design in policy development, particularly with regard to making a powerful impact. By the end of this Master class, participants will be able to confidently construct major strategic goals and assemble the major elements of an accompanying strategic plan.
- Participants will consider how to organise systems of ideas through frameworks and unravel the complexities, forces and factors leaders have to confront
- Program Structure
- Strategic Policy Design and Goal Crafting Master Class - $165
8:30 Registration 9:00 Master Class - Strategic Policy Design
Jack Chow, David Waterford
During this program, participants will be guided through the importance of strategic design in policy development, particularly with regard to making a powerful impact. Participants will learn how to:
- Organize systems of ideas through frameworks Unravel complexities, forces and factors leaders have to confront
- Consider a model for strategic policy design
10:00 Morning Tea
- Learn about strategic domain using analytical radar, with consideration to major forces and factors in political landscape
- Implement a strategic goal model to set parameters around the goal
- Identify the essential elements of a strategic plan
12:30 Networking Lunch 13:00 Strategic Goal Crafting
Participants will learn about the strategic elements for goal crafting - in particular how to make an impact. They will focus on the following areas:
- Capacity X Ability: How to deconstruct the operational assets needed to accomplish strategic goals
- Technological resources needed to be deployed towards goals. Jack Chow will introduce a Four Line Method in constructing goals used to successfully advise and inform senior leaders in the US
- By the end of this module, participants will be able to confidently construct major strategic goals and assemble the major elements of an accompanying strategic plan.
- Who Attends
Managers and executives from finance, health, trade, international relations, all levels of government and any business or sector with a regulatory interface.
- Presenter & Facilitator
Dr Jack C Chow
Former Assistant Director-General, World Health Organization
Professor Jack C Chow Former U.S. ambassador Jack C. Chow served in pioneering roles in public service and global health diplomacy. He was the first Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
Dr. Chow held the rank of ambassador as the Special Representative on Global HIV/AIDS for Secretary of State Colin Powell and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Health and Science, the first U.S. diplomat of ambassador rank appointed to a public health mission. He led American diplomatic efforts in the establishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, and in countering global infectious diseases and bioterrorism threats.
In previous positions, Dr. Chow served as a senior official at the US State Department’s global affairs office and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. In the private sector, he has been a consultant at the RAND Corporation, McKinsey & Company, and PRTM/PwC. (He is a Fellow of the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative (2013), where he conducted research on the structure.David Waterford PSM
General Manager, Evaluation and Review at OzTrain
David is General Manager, Evaluation and Review at OzTrain, an Adelaide based management consultancy firm, which delivers tailor made programs to build the capabilities of people and the capacity of organisations.
The focus of David’s work at OzTrain is on evaluation and organisational reviews, strategic thinking and planning, and executive and middle management development.
Prior to joining OzTrain, David had 16 years experience in the South Australian public sector, holding executive positions in the Department for the Premier and Cabinet, the Department for Families and Communities and the Department of Education and Child Development. At the time of his resignation he was a deputy chief executive in the Department for Education and Child Development. He headed Families SA, the State’s child protection service, for over five years and also had experience in line agencies in the areas of public health and human services, as well as extensive central agency experience. In Australia Day honours for 2008, David was awarded the Public Service Medal “For outstanding public service, particularly towards social issues affecting the community of South Australia.”
- Benefits for Your Organisation
- Obtain unique insights and guidance from a blend of international and local experts - learn from global best practice and apply to local context
- Identify strategies for using hard and soft power to achieve real results
- Understand and overcome complexities in strategic policy design and craft goals that will attract buy-in from leaders
- Share experiences and enjoy networking with likeminded professionals facing similar challenges
- Develop confidence in constructing major strategic goals and assembling the major elements of an accompanying strategic plan for the organisation
- Cancellation Policy
If written notification of cancellation is received no less than 3 weeks prior to the program start date, the full fee will be refunded. If notification is received between 4 working days and 3 weeks prior to the course start date, a 25% fee will apply. If notification is received less than 4 working days prior to the program start date, the full fee will be forfeited.
If the intended participant is unable to attend, a suitable substitute will be accepted right up to the morning of the program with no financial penalty.