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A Latin American Perspective Midrand, South Africa, August 31 2007 1st African Management Development Institutes Network Conference and Biennial General.

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1 A Latin American Perspective Midrand, South Africa, August st African Management Development Institutes Network Conference and Biennial General Meeting

2 Presentation preview  General overview on the Brazilian Public Administration  Challenges ahead  The importance of capacity-building to reach those challenges  Role of ENAP in the process  ENAP Strategies

3 Some Brazilian features  190 million inhabitants  Great concentration of the population in large metropolitan areas 75% of the population in urban areas 35% in metropolitan areas  About 550,000 federal civil servants  About 7 million civil servants in state and municipal governments  Autonomy of federal entities, including organization of their own public administrations, within Constitutional parameters

4 Challenges and Governmental Priorities  Social inclusion and reduction of social inequalities  Environmentally sustainable growth with creation of jobs, work and income  Promotion and expansion of citizenship and strengthening of democracy  Acceleration of growth

5 Crucial role of management development  Improvement of government capacity (public policy management)  Strengthening the implementation of policies adequate to the political, economic, social, cultural and environmental diversities in the country  Widening the coordination of inter- governmental actions (Federative Pact)

6 ENAP and the National Policy for Civil Servant Development  Commitments Development of competencies of civil servants for improving the capacity of government in public policy management Construction of an innovative and strategic National Policy for Civil Servant Development Coordination of managerial capacity-building in the Federal Schools of Government System Stimulus to the creation and improvement of state and municipal level schools of government by means of the National Network of Schools of Government Participation in the construction of the Iberoamerican School of Administration and Public Policies (EIAPP) Participation in the construction of the Mercosul Institute of Formation (IMEF) Participation in the construction of the Portuguese Speaking Countries’ Institutes of Management Development Network (RINAPE)

7 ENAP and the National Policy for Civil Servant Development  Main activities Managerial development programs (including all managerial levels in the federal public administration) Induction courses for Careers of State Specialization courses (lato sensu) in public management – catalog or tailor-made Production and dissemination of knowledge by means of researches, the Innovation Awards, publications and website as a learning space

8 ENAP Strategic Plan  Participatory methodology  Main challenges: To strengthen ENAP´s position as a reference school in public sector leadership development To prospect, elaborate and disseminate innovative educational technologies (Combination of teaching methods) To prospect and disseminate innovative technologies for public policies management To become a reference school International Cooperation (received and offered) National management institutes network Institutional commitment with the National Policy for Civil Servant Development Including its role of coordination of the system of federal schools of government) To strongly reassure itself as a learning organization

9 National Policy for Civil Servant Development (since February 2006)  Policy of permanent development of civil servants that stresses many ways of learning;  Focus on bestowing efficiency and efficacy of public service;  New approach: Competency-based management  Development of integrated individual and institutional competencies  Importance given to managerial capacity-building and qualifications for executive positions, senior direction or high level advisers  Initial priority for strengthening the human resources management system  Recognizing the main role of Schools of Government

10 New Responsibilities  Decree nº 5.497, 21 July 2005 To develop capacity building programs for executive and senior executive positions and to coordinate managerial capacity-building programs for civil servants of other Schools of Government  Decree nº 5.707, 23 February 2006 To coordinate the Federal Schools of Government System and compose the Management Committee of the National Policy for Civil Servant Development

11 Main Offer Strategies  Combination of continued education, induction courses, technical visits, debates, seminars and e-learning  Emphasis on leadership programs  Creation of the National Network of Schools of Government  Priority for themes as inter-governmental cooperation, consensus building, strategic planning, negotiation and conflict management

12 10.1 % 18.2% 29.3 % 28.2% 14.2 % Growth of ENAP’s E-Learning Offer Regional distribution of E-Learning in 2006 Evolution of e-learning courses offer Number of Trained Civil Servants by Year

13 National Network of Schools of Government

14 Concerns  Use of the right length and methodology for senior civil servants  Attract and retain talents in our MDI  Learning methods  Creation of competencies in Ministries for the structuring of management development plans  Constant analysis of future competency needs in the public administration Great diversity Great inequalities

15 Competencies to be developed CategoriesCompetencies Essential (for all federal civil servants) Commitment with Public Service Teamwork Flexibility Social Sensibility Negotiation Communication ManagerialInspiring Leadership Sense of Direction Commitment Integrated Strategic Resource Management (Planning Capacity) Open Mind and Vision Capacity of Analysis and Synthesis Balanced implementation of Public Policies Human Resources Management Specific personal and interpersonal Continuous expansion of personal borders Capacity of Articulation Problem Resolution Initiative Cooperation OrganizationalKnowledge of Public Administration Learning Capacity Communication Negotiation Prospecting knowledge in Public Management Knowledge in IT tools and governmental systems

16 Priority Topics  Inter-governmental and inter-sectorial cooperation  Leadership / Negotiation / Communication  Evaluation of public policies  Strategic Planning  Scenario Analysis  Governmental decision-making  Innovation in Public Management  Competencies Management  Public-Private Partnerships  Risk Management  E-government


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