We live in times of uncertainty. The only constant is change yet rarely do we have all the information and evidence we need to make assured decisions. The demands on public sector managers to use evidence more effectively in decision-making are ever-growing. Managers need to become critical ‘consumers’ of evidence. They need to be able to ask the right questions, as well as acquire, assess, analyse, aggregate and present data so it becomes critical evidence for decision-making.
Join ANZSOG Senior Fellow Dr Zina O’Leary in this four-day intensive workshop as she guides participants through the uncertainties in policy and management decision contexts. Participants will come away better equipped to make better evidence-based decisions; decisions with increased transparency and accountability.
ANZSOG is offering this micro-credential subject in two modes - non-accredited and accredited. Participants undertaking the non-accredited mode can complete shortened hours on each day of the workshop. For those wishing to undertake and obtain the micro-credential postgraduate level accreditation from Curtin University, full workshop hours and assessment must be completed.
Download the Decision making under uncertainty Fact sheet (PDF)
Dr Zina O'Leary discusses Decision making under uncertainty
At the end of the program, participants will be better equipped to:
Prices are in $AUD and exclude GST.
Workshop fees include:
Please register by Friday 21 September to secure your place.