Result Based Management(RBM)

MODULE:  Result Based Management(RBM)
METHODOLOGY: Participatory training
PEDAGOGICAL TOOLS:	Interactive lecture methods (ILM), Sharing experiences. Group discussions. Group exercises. Presentations Handouts. Case studies.

Module:   Result Based Management     General Objectives
Goal:   To make the participants understand RBM as an approach to improve program delivery and management effectiveness, efficiency and accountability that focuses on achieving defined results. KnowledgePolicy, principles and characteristics of RBM. Resource vs Result Based Management RBM: a Management Approach, Result,  Types of Results: Operational & Developmental Result Chain: Inputs, Activities, Outputs, Outcomes & Impact, Identifying Assumptions, Risk Analysis Indicators: Qualitative & Quantitative Developing RBM Performance Measurement Framework. Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation    
Abilities & toolsRBM enables a process through which results are formulated, program achievements are monitored, decision-making is better informed, reporting is facilitated and transparency and accountability are ensured.  
Values & Change of attitudesThe participants will have a major shift in the program management culture in order to aim at improving program management effectiveness in designing, monitoring and evaluating the program execution placing the focus on results rather than on activities.

Ready to be a Change Agent

“I feel like I have a really good baseline understanding of all the aspects of community development and
I now feel like I’m more capable of applying to an NGO for work experience. Amongst the courses,
although Strategic Planning and Result Based Management were difficult and challenging because I’d
never been exposed to them before, I think it’s really good, practical knowledge.”

Lauren Fairweather

Student at Caplano University, Canada

Allow the Community to Lead

My learning for development is to empower the people and change attitudes to break the cycle of
dependence. The way to do this is Bala Vikasa way (ABCD model). You relate people to assets and make
them feel stronger. The recognition of strengths, gifts, talents and assets of individual and communities
are more likely to produce change. As community development practitioners we must step back and
allow the community to lead. Our role is to act as a facilitator. It was quite a moving experience to visit
the Gangadevipalli village and see this approach in action.

Amit Napade

Group CEO, Krushi Vikas and All About FPO

High-Value Training Programs

Bala Vikasa’s extensive experience in rural development, particularly in implementing women’s and
widows’ empowerment initiatives through community mobilisation, adds significant value to training
programs, making them highly insightful. The exposure from field visits to various development
initiatives gives participants a whole new perspective and also helps them find innovative solutions
to their community problems.

Dr. N.V. Madhuri

Associate Professor &Head, Center for Gender Studies and Development NIRD