RBA in Half a Day
When: To be announced
Course name in ELM: To be announced
Why should I attend?
If you’re unfamiliar with Results-Based Accountability (RBA), or you simply want a refresher, RBA in Half a Day is for you.
This course is a shortened introduction to RBA—a framework that uses data to measure and improve performance at the population and program levels. RBA can help you communicate clearly and showcase the specific, measurable contributions of your program or initiative, and demonstrate how those efforts tie in to broader conditions of well-being for the community. RBA asks three questions to shed light on the effort and results of agencies and programs:
- How much did we do?
- How well did we do it?
- Is anyone better off?
What will I learn?
Participants will become familiar with the main concepts of RBA, including how to identify populations, results, and indicators, develop program performance measures and “turn-the-curve” performance improvement plans, and share results-based stories of a program’s contribution to population results.
How do I register?
If you are a state employee, register by logging in to your self-service portal and select Enterprise Learning Management (ELM). Select Find Learning, and then enter "RBA" in the Title box to search for the course. Select Enroll. If you are not a state employee, or if you need assistance, please use contact information below. Before you register, please follow your agency's procedures and policies regarding encumbering funds for the course.
Participants will receive a confirmation email closer to the course date.
If you have any questions about the course or to request an accommodation, please contact Maggie Hoff at 651-259-3804 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAD also offers customized in-house consultation and training on RBA. If you’d like to discuss, contact Beth Bibus at 651-259-3820 or email@example.com.