- Speakers from across the world engaged the audience and participants on aspects of public service delivery and public governance
The School of Public Policy and Governance at Management Development Institute Gurgaon organised an international conference on ‘Innovations in Public Performance Management: Lessons for Policy Makers’. The conference was organised in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat, London; The IBM Centre for the Business of Government, Washington DC and the National Centre for Public Performance, Suffolk University, USA.
The inaugural session was graced by Rajnish Kumar, Chairman, Board of Governors, MDI Gurgaon; Vinod Rai, Former CAG, GoI; Ismail Ali Manik, Minister of State for Finance, Maldives and Dr Folasade O Yemi-Esan, Head – Civil Service of the federation, Nigeria.
Over these two days, academicians and practitioners from India and abroad deliberated on several aspects of public performance management. About 130 speakers from all over the world engaged the audience and participants on several aspects of public service delivery and public governance across 30 expert and academic panels. By bringing together experts, practitioners and stakeholders from various countries and sectors, the conference sought to create a platform for knowledge exchange, sharing of experiences and collaborative learning on topics relating to various aspects of public performance.