Government Finance Officers
Association of British Columbia

Course Objectives:

Results-based management is a practice with foundations in balanced scorecards and benefits realization, which helps organizations align the right activities towards the right results. All departments have to report results to stakeholders, but few seem to have the data or the knowledge of what data is needed to adequately report. Performance management principles and processes leverage a logical approach to uncovering the value of your budget decisions and investments.

Participants will be provided a framework and the opportunity to apply the framework using an their own local government strategic plan.

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for anyone who is involved in measuring, reporting and improving the performance of their local government organization.

Benefits of Attending:

Participants will:

Learn by listening

  • Listen to facilitator present results-based performance management framework that is repeatable and scalable.

Learn by seeing

  • Participate in a step-by-step demonstration of a simple case study.

Learn by doing

  • Create a logical framework to map performance using an actual strategic plan.

This workshop has been designed based on feedback from our 2017 membership survey and review of feedback from the 2015 one-day seminar, Showing Accountability and Results: Practical Strategies for Local Government.


Ashley Whitworth, MBA

Senior Manager, Consulting – P&P

BDO Canada LLP

Dates Offered:

November 2017, Vancouver