CIPFA webinar - Understanding Outcomes Measurement - Thursday 8 December

Date: Thu, 12/08/2016 -
12:30 to 13:30

Thursday 8 December 2016 at 12.30

This webinar will focus on the fundamentals of outcomes management, including how effective outcomes can be identified, measured, and linked back to organisational objectives.

About this event

This FREE, short, 45-minute webinar, run over a lunchtime, can be accessed anywhere that you can get an internet connection and on any device that is internet enabled.

As well as accessing this webinar from desktop and laptop computers, you can also access this webinar from a smartphone or tablet using the free GoToMeeting app available on the App Store and Google Play. Please download this app well in advance of the broadcast time. You may also need headphones to ensure privacy and reduced background noise from your chosen location.

Who should attend?

All those working in finance who have an interest in understanding more about outcomes measurement at the organisational level.

Webinar topics

  • Just what are outcomes and how do they differ from 'impacts', 'benefits' and other jargon?
  • How are they connected to national-level outcomes and targets?
  • How can outcomes be identified against the background noise of ever-changing shifts in people’s attitudes and behaviours?
  • How do you link outcomes back to what organisations actually do?
  • How are effective outcome measures identified and used to improve things?

How to participate

Once you have signed up for this webinar, we will email you with joining instructions and a link to the webinar. Previously recorded webinars can be accessed on our YouTube channel and further details regarding our webinar programme can be found on our webinar web page

For more details please do not hesitate to call us on T: 020 7543 5600

Featured speakers:
Brendan McCarron: Academy Facilitator and CIPFA Senior Associate Brendan is a much sought-after consultant, trainer, writer and speaker on leadership, project management, innovation, process improvement and performance management. He has held senior management and consultancy positions in both the private and public sector.

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