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Agenda - Seminar on Monitoring and Evaluation, Kizilcahamam, Republic of Turkey, 4-5 May 2017, Peter Vagi.


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Agenda of the Seminar on Monitoring and Evaluation for representatives of the Turkish Prime Ministry, taking place in Kizilcahamam, Republic of Turkey, 4-5 May 2017 [English].

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Agenda - Seminar on Monitoring and Evaluation, Kizilcahamam, Republic of Turkey, 4-5 May 2017, Peter Vagi.

  1. 1. 2 Rue André Pascal 75775 Paris Cedex 16 France Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 24 82 00 Fax: +33 (0) 1 45 24 13 05 This document has been produced withthe financial assistanceof the European Union. It should not be reported as representing the official views of the EU, the OECD or its member countries, or of benef iciaries participating in the SIGMA Programme. The opinions expressed and arguments employ ed are those of the author(s). This document and any mapincluded herein are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty overany territory, to the delimitation of international f rontiers and boundaries and to the name of any territory , city or area. Seminar on Policy monitoring, reporting and evaluation In orderto enable the Governmenttoplanand execute well-definedpolicies it is essential to ensure that a well-structured and comprehensively established policy development cycle is in place. According to the logic of the policy development cycle, the Government needs to have a good, evidence -based understanding of the policy issues it wants to address, as well as tools to constantly monitor the implementationof the designedandapprovedpoliciesthatallowstakingthe rightand timely management decisions ensuring that the envisaged policy objectives can be achieved. The logic of the policy development cycle: This 1.5 days seminar is focusing on the monitoring, reporting and evaluation aspects of the policy development cycle. Duringthe course of the seminarparticipantswill be introducedtothe general concepts of monitoring and reporting,some specificaspectsandtechnicalities of good monitoring and report development, as well as good international practices on these aspects. The seminar will also address policy evaluation, its basic concepts and some examples of international examples. The participants of this working meeting are civil servants of the Prime Ministry. The language of the seminar is English with simultaneous interpretation. The seminarwill be facilitatedbyMr.PeterVagi,OECD/SIGMA SeniorAdviser- Policydevelopment and Co- ordination, Mr. Jesper Johnson, OECD/SIGMA Policy Analyst – Strategy and Reform and Ms. Egle Rimkute, OECD/SIGMA external expert.
  2. 2. 2. Agenda – Day One – 4 May 2017 09.30–09.40 IntroductoryremarksbyMr. HüsamettinGülhan,DeputyUndersecretaryof the Prime Ministry 09.40–09.50 IntroductoryremarksbyMr. PeterVági,OECD/SIGMA SeniorAdviser,Policy DevelopmentandCo-ordinationexpert 09.50–10.00 Purpose of the day, objectivesandgeneral context 10.00–11.00 Session 1: Key elements of monitoring and reporting – Facilitator: Peter Vági  The role of monitoringandreportinginthe policydevelopmentcycle;  Linksbetweenmonitoringandplanning;  Differentpurposesof monitoringandreporting;  Institutionalarrangementsof monitoringandreporting;  Keyelementsof amonitoringandreportingframework. 11.00–11.15 Coffee Break 11.15-12.30 Session 2: Measurement, indicators – Facilitator: Jesper Johnsøn  The concept of indicators(typesanddefinitions);  Keyaspectsof a goodindicator(the CREAMconcept);  Data availabilityandmeasurementmethods;  The use of an indicatorpassport. 12.30–13.30 Break for lunch 13.30–14.30 Session 3: Report development – Facilitator: Egle Rimkute  Toolsfor monitoring(templates,dashboards,tables);  Keyelementsof agoodreport;  How to analyse progress(outputs,outcomes,impact);  Follow-upof monitoringresults –how to use reports? 14.30–14.45 Coffee Break 14.45-15.30 Session 4: Group work  Group workon a case studyof Education monitoringandreporting  Discussionof results 15.30 – 16.00 Wrap-up and conclusions– Peter Vági
  3. 3. 3. Agenda – Day Two – 5 May 2017 09.30–09.40 Purpose of the day,objectives andgeneral context 09.40–10.30 Session 1: Evaluation types and dimensions – Facilitator: Jesper Johnsøn  Ex-ante/interim/ex-postevaluation  Experimental/quasi-experimentalevaluationmethods  In-house/outsourcedevaluation  Keyaspectsof evaluation: relevance,efficiency,effectiveness,impact 10.30–11.30 Session 2: Evaluation process - Facilitator: Egle Rimkute  Evaluationquestions;  Data collection,dataanalysis;  Consultations;  Reportwriting. 11.30–11.45 Coffee Break 11.45–12.15 Session 3: Evaluation challenges and approach to develop evaluation capacities Facilitator: Egle Rimkute  Skillsmatter;  Evaluationrequirestime–time management,preparationandexecution;  Ownershipof the evaluationprocess;  Use of evaluationresultsinthe decision-makingprocess;  Capacitydevelopmentapproaches. 12.15–12.30 Wrap-upand conclusions– PeterVági 12.30–13.30 Break for lunch