Friendship, Energy, Innovation and Community: The Heart of the IPP Community and Fuel for Good

Guest blog written by Isabel Fontoura, Nadia Islam, Bandi Mbubi, Doran Moreland What makes people not run away from but run towards challenges to get things done when facing complex policy problems? Although any sole answer is unlikely to cover all of the nuances of the question we pose to you at the start of … Continue reading Friendship, Energy, Innovation and Community: The Heart of the IPP Community and Fuel for Good

IPP Program Journey: Poor Tax Collection in Nigeria

Guest blog written by Fuad Kayode Laguda This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 7-month blended learning course in December 2019. These are their learning journey stories. I must disclose that coming for this course was a product of careful decision-making and … Continue reading IPP Program Journey: Poor Tax Collection in Nigeria

IPP Reflection: It is the journey, not the destination that truly matters

Guest blog written by Deepa Singal This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 6-month online learning course in December 2020. These are their learning journey stories. Participating in the Executive Education program, “Implementing Public Policy” at the Harvard Kennedy School was a dynamic, … Continue reading IPP Reflection: It is the journey, not the destination that truly matters

Reflections on the Importance of Community: A Message from our IPP Moderators

Guest blog written by Doran Moreland We live in complicated times occupied with strident partisanship, disinformation, social division, endless cyber distractions, and work and family interactions that are consigned to computer screens. Taking all these factors into account, the idea of forming and maintaining a community is in itself a radical act.  Nearly two years … Continue reading Reflections on the Importance of Community: A Message from our IPP Moderators

IPP Program Journey: Lost in Authorization

Guest blog written by Marcello Milanello This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 7-month blended learning course in December 2019. These are their learning journey stories. “The more you know who you are and what you want, the less you let things … Continue reading IPP Program Journey: Lost in Authorization

Urban Development in Argentina: How IPP helped me achieve my goal

Guest blog by Catalina Palacio This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 6-month online learning course in December 2020. These are their learning journey stories. This is the story of an inspiring journey. Everybody is working hard around the world looking for increasing … Continue reading Urban Development in Argentina: How IPP helped me achieve my goal

IPP Program Journey: You Need to be Brave

Guest blog written by Margaret MacDonald This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 7-month blended learning course in December 2019. These are their learning journey stories. Coming into the Implementing Public Policy course I felt a little nervous. I wasn’t familiar with … Continue reading IPP Program Journey: You Need to be Brave

‘IPP helped my transition from the private sector to the public sector’

Guest blog written by Giannis Skiadaresis This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 6-month online learning course in December 2020. These are their learning journey stories. Being part of this very exceptional course was a great opportunity for me to alter the way … Continue reading ‘IPP helped my transition from the private sector to the public sector’

IPP Program Journey: Jumping the Wall

Guest blog written by Mohamed Hejres This is a blog series written by the alumni of the Implementing Public Policy Executive Education Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. Participants successfully completed this 7-month blended learning course in December 2019. These are their learning journey stories. I applied for this course as I was seeking clarity on best practice and innovation that … Continue reading IPP Program Journey: Jumping the Wall