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[Workshop] Tackling the Implementation Gap: Learning, Iterating and Adapting for Better Development Impact

Type Workshop
Venue Seoul Accor Complext (Yongsan) Date 2017-12-14 ~ 2017-12-14
Host KDI School of Public Policy and Management; Global Delivery Initiative Organizer
File 1. Tentative Agenda-KDIS GDI Conference_Dec.4_Cir.pdf File Icon

[Workshop] Tackling the Implementation Gap:

Learning, Iterating and Adapting for Better Development Impact

(December 14, 2017)

Time

Program Description

8:30 AM

Registration

9:00-9:15 AM

Welcome Remarks

Joon-Kyung Kim / President, Korea Development Institute(KDI)

World Bank / GDI (TBD)

9:15-9:30 AM

Opening remarks from our guest of honor

Joon-Ho Shin / Director, Ministry of Strategy and Finance

9:30-9:40 AM

Group Photo

9:40-10:10 AM

The Drivers of KDIS-GDI Collaboration: An Introduction

Taejong Kim / Managing Director, KDI School

10:10-11:10 AM

Why and How Organizations are Capturing Delivery Challenges Methodologies and Approaches

Michael Woolcock / Lead Social Scientist, World Bank

Songchang Hong / Director, Division of Planning and Evaluation, Korea Development Institute (TBC)

Korea Exim Bank / (TBD)

11:10-11:25 AM

Break

11:25-12:25 PM

Small Group Discussion

12:25-1:25 PM

Lunch - on site

1:25-2:25 PM

Case studies Panel 1 – Korea (Interview Format)

Chair: TBD

Panelist:

  1. Prof. Kye Woo Lee: Training Consortium Program to Address Unemployment and Low Productivity in SMEs. - The case writer will highlight the “Stakeholder Engagement” delivery challenge
  2. Prof. Younghwan Jun: “Securing Equal Work Opportunities: Korea’s mandatory Quota Policy and Training to Promote Employment of People with Disabilities - The case writer will highlight the “Lack of Regulation & Legislation Awareness & Communication Strategy, Skilled Manpower” delivery challenge
  3. Prof. Kyung-Joon Lee, “How Introducing a Tree Monitoring System Improved Forest Rehabilitation in Korea (1973–1987). The case writer will highlight the “Bureaucratic Structure, Corruption & Patronage” delivery challenge

2:25-2:40 PM

Break

2:40-3:40 PM

Case studies Panel 2 – International Experiences

Chair: TBD

Panelist:

  1. Bathula Amith Nagaraj, Senior Operations Officer, World Bank Jörg Freiberg, GIZ
  2. Lauren Damme, Mansfield Fellow, JICA

3:40-4:25 PM

Knowledge Hubs for Science of Delivery: The Way Forward

Chair: TBD

Panelists:

  1. Jun-Ho Shin, Director, International Economy Cooperation Strategy Division, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Korea (TBC)
  2. Taejong Kim, Professor, KDI School of Public Policy and Management
  3. Qui Shen from China Center for International Knowledge on Development (CIKD), Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council, China
  4. Andinet Tadesse from Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation, Ethiopia
  5. Anselm Schneider, Co-Chair, GDI, GIZ

4:25-4:40 PM

Closing Remarks

4:40-5:40 PM

Networking & Mingle