What is Management for Development Results (MfDR)?
Management for Development Results (MfDR) is a style of Public Administration which emphasizes the maximization of public value via management tools that complement each other in a collective and coordinated manner to generate the social changes sought in the objectives of government policies.
MfDR promotes the precise identification of desired results, the prioritized allocation of resources to activities that contribute to the achievement of these results, the development of management processes that facilitate the achievement of these results, and the empirical monitoring and evaluation of these results.
MfDR acts through each phase of the management cycle to ensure that the pertinent instruments and institutions are coordinated and oriented towards the efficient achievement of the government’s objectives.
In the following graph, the elements of the management cycle are explained, by clicking on each of the pillars.
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