Authority, Institutions, and Government Political Systems

Program Days:

September 11 to 25, 2023
September 11, 14, 19, 21, 25, 2023
1:30 PM to 5:00 PM (GMT+08) on all dates

PHP 25,990.00 or USD 473.00*
*The prevailing exchange rate at the date of payment may apply

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Program Overview

Interconnected wicked problems are increasing. Today’s public administration officials are tasked with managing a multi-sector workforce of employees within multiple levels of government and contractors from public and private organizations. Consequently, these employees often have unclear boundaries and interdependent responsibilities. Over the next decade, it will be even more important for governments at all levels to improve their operations so that they can both tackle new problems in new ways and earn the public’s trust.

The course will examine how authority across sectors could constrain how public organizations manage the new Grand Challenges in public administration. Participants in this course will learn how to lead and manage public organizations through systemic change in institutions and the long-term effects of governance structures across sectors.

Program Objectives

Public administration requires an understanding of the deeper institutional and cross-sector authority processes that shape and drive public organizations.

To address Grand Challenges in the new public administration, the course provides a large scope through intergovernmental, intra-governmental, and extra-governmental relations. The program will integrate comparative government and political systems with social institutional authority and public institutional authority.

Joining the program will raise participants’ skills and knowledge in cross-sector authority for improving public organizations’ operations and stakeholder management in the Grand Challenges of the 21st century.

What You Will Learn

Day 1 : Varieties of Authority
Day 2: Non-State Actors and Authority in the Global System
Day 3: Comparative Government and Political Systems
Day 4: Lobbying and Influence
Day 5: Interest Groups and Collective Action


Key Benefits

Well-Structured Program and World-Class Faculty
The online program offers a venue for high-impact learning with real-time, experiential, hands-on project learning and interactive lecture and case study discussions. The participants will learn from AIM’s world-class faculty, industry leaders, and practitioners’ networks.

Gain an Integrated Perspective of Authority in Public Organizations
The program helps leaders, managers, supervisors, and individual contributors to develop a broader public perspective and a deeper understanding of authority and influence from stakeholders.

Enhanced Understanding of Cross-Sector Authority The program enhances the participants’ capability to lead and manage authority in both domestic and international cross-sector settings while simultaneously improving the participants’ skills and abilities to effectively manage stakeholders and public organizational operations.

Who Should Attend

Public leaders and management officials in all government agencies, government relations leaders and managers in business, community leaders, lobbyists, and policy advisors seeking to develop their knowledge and skills to modernize and reinvigorate public service, reinforce intergovernmental relations, develop new approaches to public governance and engagement, advance national interests in changing global contexts, strengthen social and economic development, and develop and implement sustainability practices through cross-sector partnerships.