Lior Kedem Kadish
Quality in Social Services
The “Digital Leaders” Program for the Government: Follow-up Study of the First Cycle
The program strives to train a group of agents of change who will promote digital innovation in the public sphere.
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.
Executive Leadership Development Program for Civil Servants: Summary of the Experience over 28 Years
The inter-ministerial program for the senior civil servants was established in 1987 and continued for 28 years as a partnership between the Civil Service Commission of the government of Israel and the JDC-Israel Institute for Leadership and Governance (Elka). The program strove to enrich the knowledge of participants, deepen their systemic perspective, strengthen their managerial and leadership skills, and promote professional ties among them.
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.
Merhav – A Program to Promote the Interface between Government and Civil Society: Evaluation of the First Cycle a Year after Completion of the Program
Measurement and Evaluation in Processes Aimed at Improving Government-Civil Society Relations in England and Canada
The literature review is intended to integrate the knowledge accumulated in various countries on the measurement and evaluation of broad processes aimed at improving government-civil society relations, in order to serve as the conceptual and practical foundation for the evaluation of The Government-Civil Society Initiative in Israel