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The "Digital Leaders" Program for the Government: Follow-up Study of the First Cycle

The "Digital Leaders" Program for the Government: Follow-up Study of the First Cycle

This presentation summarizes the findings of the follow-up study of the first cycle of the "Digital Leaders" program for the government. The program strives to train a group of agents of change who will promote digital innovation in the public sphere. The study was conducted about nine months after the end of the program and examined the extent to which the program had achieved its goals with the additional perspective of time.
2017
Program for Informal Jewish Education Professionals in the Former Soviet Union: Evaluation Study

Program for Informal Jewish Education Professionals in the Former Soviet Union: Evaluation Study

2016
Evaluation of the Merhav Meshutaf Program to Promote the Interface between Government and Civil Society

Evaluation of the Merhav Meshutaf Program to Promote the Interface between Government and Civil Society

This presentation summarizes the findings of the evaluation of the Merhav Meshutaf ("Common Ground") program that was created within the framework of the Government-Civil Society Initiative. The main goal of the program is to create a group of change agents from government ministries and civil society organizations who would be committed to enhancing the interface between the government and civil society. It is a new format of the earlier Merhav program, which shared similar goals, but included participants from the public sector only.
2016
External Publication: Accountability and Shared Measurement in Health Care - Examples from Israel

External Publication: Accountability and Shared Measurement in Health Care - Examples from Israel

In this study, we examine changes in measurement and accountability and use the Israeli health system as a useful illustration.
2016
The "Digital Leaders" Program: Evaluation of the First Cycle, Interim Findings

The "Digital Leaders" Program: Evaluation of the First Cycle, Interim Findings

This presentation summarizes the findings of the evaluation of the "Digital Leaders" program. The main goal of the program is to create a leadership group of change agents that will promote innovative and digital-based projects in the government ministries, local government and civil society organizations.
2016
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