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ASPA /SPPM Webinar

Implementing Performance Measurement Initiatives: Local and Global Perspectives

 

About ASPA

The American Society for Public Administration is the largest and most prominent professional association for public administration. It is dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching and practice of public and non-profit administration. ASPA’s four core values are Accountability and Performance, Professionalism, Ethics and Social Equity.

About SPPM

The Section on Public Performance and Management (SPPM) promotes the advancement of management and productivity in public and not-for-profit organizations. SPPM coordinates panels and workshops in international, national and regional conferences. It facilitates the exchange of experiences and research results about management techniques, evaluation methods, productivity enhancement, policy analysis and information technology.

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About Webinar:

The use of performance measurement enables public organizations to provide services with improved efficiency, as well as increasing transparency and accountability toward citizen stakeholders. Much of the emphasis has focused on developing appropriate performance measures, with less emphasis on implementing performance measures in public and nonprofit organizations. Because the stakes are so high, and the potential return so great, implementation issues need to be considered from the start of the performance measurement process.

This webinar will discuss the critical success factors for implementing performance measurement initiatives at various levels of government, along with the following key takeaways:

·         Significance of leadership for performance measurement

·         Basic dos and don'ts of trying to become data-driven and implement performance management

·         Elements of evaluation methodology that are critical for success of any such effort 

 

Objectives:

·         Continue conversation after the webinar

·         Share extra information that may be relevant for the discussion

·         Build possible partnerships and promote collaboration

·         Work on next steps 

 

Panelists:

·         Marc HolzerFounding Dean, School of Public Affairs and Administration, and Board of Governors Distinguished Professor of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University-Newark

·         Prajapati Trivedi, Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, Indian School of Business

·         Michael Ward, Co-Founder and Director, Collins Center Government Analytics Program, University of Massachusetts Boston

 

Moderator

·         Aroon Manoharan, Associate Professor and Co-Director, Global Comparative MPA Program, Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs, John W. McCormack Graduate School of Public and global Studies

 

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