Maximising Revenue Generation and Resource Allocation in the Public Sector register

Course Overview
Organisations all over the world are required to set priorities and allocate resources within the constraint of limited funding.
A strategic approach to developing sustainable revenue generation is vital, directed at policy priorities in a systematic and transformable manner. Delegates will be shown the latest approaches and methodologies for revenue generation. They will also learn the approaches and techniques that can be applied to ensure the effective collection of revenues due, minimising leakage and non-payment.
Expenditure management will be considered in the context of maximising medium term predictability and effective prioritisation.

Course Objectives

  • Develop objectives, measures and targets that will enable you to measure and benchmark performance
  • Understand how to deal with limited capacity and resource constraints
  • Enhance financial management to drive efficiency in your organisation

Course Outline

  • A practical approach to the leadership of organisational change for sustainable results
  • Proven methodologies and tools for resource allocation
  • Effective financial management through the financial cycle
  • Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) strategies
  • International accounting standards for accruing revenue and managing expenditure
  • Different countries approach to improving revenue generation and expenditure control
  • Approaches to the development of sources of revenue in your organisation
  • Development of income strategies including taxation, charging for services, commercial activities and deriving income from capital assets
  • How a revenue strategy can support the delivery of overall organisational objectives
  • Tools, techniques and prerequisites for the effective collection of revenue
  • Practical approaches to revenue collection in developing countries
  • Experiences with Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)
  • Effective prioritisation to achieve results