Practical Seminar Successfully Implementing Key Performance Indicators and Performance Budgeting in the Public Sector


Pulling on One String - Where to and How?

With increasing pressure on efficiency and effectiveness, public organisations have to integrate perspectives on resource allocation and outcomes. Linking strategy, intended results, and budgeting has a strong positive impact on value-for-money. However, getting there by implementing a steering mechanism based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Business Performance Indicators (BPIs) and Performance Budgeting still poses a key challenge.

More details
about this event:

Tailor KPIs and performance budgeting to your organisation
This International Interactive Seminar will provide you with in-depth insights on how to define meaningful indicators reflecting your strategic goals and linking them with your budget. In selected case studies, inputs and workshops, we will i.a. focus on:

  • Linking financial and non-financial performance
  • Applying KPIs in a Maturity Model approach
  • Integrating KPIs, BPIs and Working Programmes
  • Measuring KPIs in the not-for-profit sector

What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

  • What do you have to consider when designing KPIs for your organisation?
  • How to reach the strategic and operative levels with meaningful and measurable KPIs
  • How can maturity levels be implemented in public organisations and how can you make them work for you
  • How do you take diverse stakeholder perspectives into account when designing KPIs
  • How to integrate KPIs, BPIs and working programmes
  • How can you implement an efficient reporting structure for financial and managerial information
  • Which database is required to keep track of your financial and non-financial performance?

Who is this seminar for?

Directors, Heads of Unit, Chef Specialists, Officers, Advisors, Analysts and Experts from Departments and Directorates for:

  • Budget
  • Finance
  • Internal Oversight
  • Audit
  • Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Resource Department
  • Corporate Management
  • Organisational Development
  • Quality Management & Quality Assurance

Persons responsible for budgeting, finance, controlling and performance management from institutions like:

  • International, European and national institutions; organisations and NGOs
  • National, regional and European ministries and agencies
  • Public banks, especially development banks
  • Universities, research and education authorities, technology clusters

Our experts team
from practice for this event:

Sandi Arnold
Sandi ArnoldChief of Mission Support, UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)
Aamir Awan
Aamir AwanChief Budget Unit, UN Women
Paulo Empadinhas
Paulo EmpadinhasHead of Resources Department, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA)
Darshak Shah
Darshak ShahGlobal Chief Financial Officer, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Bernhard Windisch
Bernhard WindischHead of Unit for Performance Based Budgeting, European Commission, DG BUDG