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Professor Siddiki trains with students in the Policy Design Lab at the Maxwell School

Training: Policy Design Studio


Learn to engage governmental and non-governmental stakeholders in policy formulation, the design of public policy content, and policy implementation. Our evidence-based training equips current and future public service leaders with knowledge and skills for policy design, policy implementation and stakeholder engagement through short online and in-person modules, multi-day workshops and contract-basis opportunities.

 

Analysis: Policy Design Studio


Through technical analysis, we help governments and non-governmental organizations evaluate whether policies are effectively designed and carried out, as well as whether the stakeholder engagement processes they are using are effectively designed and run. Analyses are conducted on a contractual basis.

 

Professor Siddiki and students reviewing policy at the Policy Design Studio

Siddiki Leads Workshop During Maxwell Online Executive Master of Public Administration Program’s Campus Immersion Weekend


Saba Siddiki, director of the Center for Policy Design and Governance, along with Scott Emery of M.S. Hall & Associates, led a Policy Design Workshop during the Maxwell Online Executive Master of Public Administration (E.M.P.A.) program’s campus immersion weekend, which took place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1, 2022. The workshop was divided into two sessions. Session I, “Designing Informed Policies,” covered topics such as goal setting, stakeholder engagement in policy formulation, and policy drafting. Session II, “Policy Implementation,” focused on implementation design, assessment, and learning.

Professor Saba Siddiki presenting Policy Design Workshop
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Policy Design and Implementation in a Global Environment


Professor Saba Siddiki of the Center for Policy Design and Governance will lead a Policy Design Workshop, covering such topics as goal setting, stakeholder engagement in policy formulation, policy drafting, and implementation design and assessment. The workshop will draw on examples from across the globe to illustrate how practitioners in different policy and political contexts engage in policy design and implementation. Participants will engage in exercises that allow them to apply concepts and skills covered in the Workshop to the different national contexts in which they are working. 

Friday, April 14, 2023 | 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Center for Policy Design and Governance
426 Eggers Hall