Strategic Planning and Performance Based Management in Public Sector



Friday, September 27, 2019




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Leaders and managers of public organizations must be effective strategists of their organizations to fulfill their missions and values, satisfy their residents and create public value. But, being an effective strategist does not guarantee that leaders and managers can easily exercise strategic management unless they apply reasonably disciplined institutional and organizational processes and structures in place for planning, implementation, and evaluation. In this context, the objective of this session is to introduce to the audience a widely used approach in public organizations – Strategy Change Cycle – and based on that, share an experience taken from consulting work on this area and how it helped improving performance in one of the key public organization in Georgia.


Lika Inashvili

Lika Inashvili

Founder and managing partner, PMO Business Consulting

Lika has 12 years of management consulting experience advising clients on all business development and expansion areas, including corporate and business unit strategy development and implementation, operational performance improvement and measurements, business plans and feasibility studies in various sectors.

Lika holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from University Turin and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Tbilisi State University.

Levan Gogoladze

Levan Gogoladze

Partner and Senior Consultant, PMO Business Consulting

Levan has over 10 years of business consulting and training experience, with a special emphasis on organizational improvement and project management in a variety of sectors such as banking and finance, retail, oil, manufacturing, technology, health care, public sector. He has led or participated in nearly 60 business consulting and training projects in different industries.

Levan has Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Caucasus School of Business.