Innovating Policy Making for Effective Behavioral Change

Program Days:

May 21, 23, 28, 30, June 4, 2024
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT+08) on all dates

Delivered online via live virtual interactive sessions in Zoom

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

In an age where technology and innovation are driving rapid changes across sectors, the policymaking domain is no exception. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and complex, the traditional methods of crafting policies are being challenged. Policymakers are now confronted with the task of creating policy frameworks that not only respond to current societal needs but also anticipate future shifts in the macro and micro environments. These immense changes are driving the need for a profound understanding of how innovation intersects with policy development and how the latter can be optimized to foster technological advancements and societal progress.

As the pace of innovation accelerates, so does the need for policies that are agile, informed, and forward-thinking. The course is designed to provide an understanding of the intersection of innovation and policymaking. It will explore how innovation has influenced the development of policies and how technology can be harnessed to support policy-making processes. The course will also focus on how policies can be developed to promote innovation and support technological advancements.

Given the dynamism of policymaking and the need for policymakers to keep up with the changes, there is a need to continuously evolve the policymaking process, including data gathering, assessments, consultations, behavioral changes, and measuring key performance indices that can help ensure the effectiveness of policy measures.
Participants will be exposed to policymaking principles as utilized in the private and public spheres, how innovation can be used as a tool to improve the policymaking process, and what the future holds for policymakers.

Through a combination of interactive sessions, case studies, group discussions, and lectures from subject matter experts, the Course aims to create new generations of policymakers that can create more effective policies that will shape the behavior of the future.

Program Objectives

By the end of the course, students will be able to

1. Understand the role of innovation in policymaking and redesign the process by which policies are crafted, implemented, and monitored;

2. Analyze how technology can support the policymaking processes and integrate the same;

3. Identify the challenges in policymaking in the age of rapid technological advancements and assess challenges using innovation and design thinking frameworks to create impactful solutions; and

4. Develop skills in designing policies that promote innovation and support the use of emerging technologies in policymaking.

What You Will Learn
  • Policymaking and Innovation Frameworks
  • Challenges in Policymaking in Industry 4.0
  • Policymaking in the workplace, community, and in specialized spaces
  • Emerging technologies in policymaking

Day 1: Introduction to Innovation and Policy
Models and Frameworks for Policy Innovation
Day 2: Challenges in Policy-making
Innovation and Policy Development
Day 3: Impact of Technology in Policy-making
Policies for Innovation
Day 4: Policy Design and Implementation
Monitoring Policies and the Innovation Cycle
Day 5: Developing a culture on innovation for policy making
Understanding the future of policy making


Key Benefits

1. Learn from a set of interdisciplinary subject matter experts and who have first-hand experiences in innovation, policymaking, legal technology, and the legal profession

2. Participants will be able to identify how they can integrate innovation frameworks in developing, implementing, and monitoring policies

3. Develop skills in utilizing emerging technologies in policymaking

4. Build a network of like-minded legal professionals that share the same passion for innovation, law, and policymaking

Who Should Attend
  • Primary Market: Lawyers/Legal Professionals, Policymakers, Human Resource Managers
  • Secondary market: Individuals providing support to legal professionals in different settings, government employees providing legal and allied services, political consultants