Written by Mekong Institute
The participants indicated useful of the course modules including field visits and assignments. Program introduction allowed the facilitators and participans to introduc themselves and provided an overview of the learning program, and its methodology and process.
Module 1: Impact of Macro Enironmental Factors in Leardership in Mangement” introduced the participants to the broader context within which competitive enterprises operate and how the external environment influenced organizations, organizational cultures, organizational leadership and management.
Module 2: Leadership versus Management” presented general concepts on leadership and management.
Module 3: Performanace Base Management” covered the concepts of the Performance Management System. “Module 3B: Metrology and Applicaition” introduced the metrology and application tat relevant with different activites within legal metrology to leadership, planning and reporting.
“Module 4: Ethics, Social Responsibilit and Goernance n leadership” presented the importance of ethnics, social responsibiliy and goernance in leardership.”Module 4b: Coaching as Strategies Mangement Tool” introduced an important ‘Coaching” skill to the participants.
Module 5: Managing Competitive Enterprise
Module 6: Business Proposal Development” introduced a structured hand-on-training and practiced in developing business proposal, setting project screening criteria and simulated the role of project appraisal committee.
With regard to the duration of the course, objecives, and the resource presons, 82 percent of the participants indicated that 4 week duration of the program was appropriate, overall objective of te course was excellent, and the resource persons were good in helping them undrstand the program content.
With the lessons learned from the course and results from a range of evaluation methods, the learning program concludes that the learnin program is successful. However, recommendations are provided to identify pfurther cooperation, strengthen the network, provision of clear guidelines, and higher participation of women into the program.