Leading Strategies for Change

2 credits / 6 weeks weeks
17 Sep 2018 - 26 Oct 2018

Professor Rolain Borel

This course offers a deeper understanding of the change processes that lead to more effective projects and impacts within organizations. It is intended to increase the students’ capacities to formulate strategies and to design, implement and evaluate projects within a development and conflict prevention perspective. The students learn and critically discuss the theories of change as well as the processes of strategic planning, and project design and evaluation. They apply these notions to the study of concrete cases and to the preparation of their own strategic development and projects. The course delves deeper on such tools as: all the steps leading to the formulation of strategic plans; context, problem and stakeholders’ analysis; project cycle; logical framework; outcome mapping; adaptive management; project implementation; phasing out; project monitoring and impact assessment.




Rolain Borel

Dr. Rolain Borel is an Emeritus Professor at the Department of Environment and Development at UPEACE.

Dr. Borel worked at UPEACE for 23 years, first as a volunteer, implementing research and training activities in environmental conflict management and as an international consultant for bilateral cooperation agencies and from 2001 to 2011 as a full time faculty and Head of the Department. Born and raised in Switzerland, Dr. Borel is married and father of three (and proud grand father of one); he has made Costa Rica his residence home for more than 30 years.



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