Strategic Performance Management Certificate 

About the Certificate:

The Strategic Performance Management Certificate Course is an eight week, non-credit professional training course designed for individuals in public and non-profit organizations (both leading executives and frontline employees), and citizens interested in the functions of public sector performance management and measurement. Students will cover four core topics when enrolled in the course. Additionally, students receive free access to three optional supplemental units that can be completed at any time.  Students are required to complete various assignments, participate in weekly discussion board topics, and complete a final assessment designed as an applied evaluation of learning outcomes.

Who should Participate? 

Any individuals interested in performance measurement as well as government and non-profit analysts, budget analysts, department directors, and program officers. 

​Pricing: 

  • $1,250 per student 

  • $1,100 for government/non-profit employees

  • Register 3 or more employees from the same organization and receive a 20% discount. Please email ncppsuffolk@gmail.com for more information!

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Meet the Instructor

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Stuart S. Grifel MBA, MPA

Stuart has over 30 years of experience in government performance measurement, performance management, and internal auditing. Stuart has assisted many government organizations in performance measurement and improvement while at KMPG, the National Center for Public Performance, the Innovations Group, the City of Tampa, FL and Polk County, FL.  Stuart has also trained numerous pubic managers in performance measurement and productivity improvement. Stuart was the recipient of the 2009 Harry Hatry Distinguished Performance Measurement Award from the  American Society of Public Administration (ASPA). Stuart received his MBA from Suffolk University in Boston and a MPA from Baruch College, City University of New York. 

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