This Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education course is a two-day program in Washington, DC that provides the tools public managers like you need to diagnose your environment, think strategically about the value you can generate, and act with the public to use government assets—all in pursuit of creating a good and just society.

Session: November 30 - December 1, 2017


During this intensive program, you will examine the role of individual citizens in authorizing, financing, and sparking government action. You also will explore how government can better engage individual citizens in democratic governance.

Incorporating the best thinking from the private and public sectors, the program will help you:

  • Analyze common scenarios to identify risks and opportunities more effectively.
  • Imagine a value-creating path to the future that is both feasible and legitimate.
  • Develop performance metrics to help monitor and adapt your ideas as you strive to improve value creation.

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