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Continuing Development Programmes

In addition to our Leadership Milestone Programmes, HLC also offers Continuing Development Programmes to alumni of the Milestone Programmes, as well as high-performing and promising healthcare leaders who will benefit from these learning opportunities. 
 
The Continuing Development Programmes focus on further in-depth coverage of system-level topics or frameworks/competencies that may have been introduced in the Leadership Milestone Programmes, and are relevant for healthcare leaders.  The Continuing Development Programmes are also one of the avenues through which HLC provides on-going support for the development of public healthcare leaders in their leadership journeys. 

Participation in the Continuing Development Programmes is by nomination from Ministry of Health, MOH Holdings, Public Healthcare institutions and institutions within the public healthcare family (including statutory boards and agencies). 


Dynamic GovernanceDynamic governance is the key to the success of public institutions i​n the face of increasing globalisation and unrelenting technological advancements. During this three-day course, Prof Neo Boon Siong will use the framework of Thinking Ahead, Thinking Again and Thinking Across in his best-selling book “Dynamic Governance”, to explain how governments can embed the culture and capabilities that enable continuous learning and change in the midst of uncertainty and rapid change. Case studies and examples from Singapore’s public sector in institutionalising culture, capabilities and change are used. HLC has prepared case studies specific to healthcare for this course to provide meaningful and valuable insights for transforming Singapore’s public healthcare organisations​. 



Objectives

  • ​Understand the framework for developing dynamic governance and organisations based on institutionalising culture, capabilities and change;
  • Learn how to develop the dynamic capabilities of thinking ahead, thinking again and thinking across at both the individual and organisational levels;
  • Appreciate the practicalities and nuances of execution by analysing how actual organisations implemented these capabilities;
  • Appreciate how Singapore institutions develop dynamic capabilities through actual examples and case studies. 

Who should attend
Heads of Department and Assistant Director-level personnel (and above) in public healthcare institutions, Ministry of Health, its statutory boards and agencies.  Past participants included Consultants, Directors and Chief Operating Officers. The participants came from various job functions such as nursing, administration, regulatory, policy and healthcare professionals.


Programme fee
  • $2,000 per pa​​​rticipant (before 7% GST)
  • $1,600 per HLC Alumni participant (before 7% GST)
    (20% discount for HLC Alumni) 

About the trainer
Professor Neo Boon Siong is Chairman of the Nanyang Executive Programmes and former Dean of the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has also taught at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in the National University of Singapore, and is a Fellow of the Civil Service College and the Centre for Liveable Cities. Prof Neo was the founder Director of the Information Management Research Centre (IMARC) in NTU and the Asia Competitiveness Institute in NUS and currently serves as Director on the Boards of OUE REIT, Keppel T&T, k1 Ventures Ltd and J Lauritzen Singapore. He received a Public Administration Medal (Silver) from the President of Singapore in the 1999 National Day Honours Awards. Prof Neo is the lead author of the best-selling book on Dynamic Governance: Embedding Culture, Capabilities and Change which was launched by Singapore’s President SR Nathan in July 2007​.

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