Nov 18-19 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM EDT
6 CLPs Offered
The AIM Council’s Performance Management Workshop – Developing and Using Measures to Manage will advance your understanding of the role of performance measures in informing decisions and getting better organizational results. You’ll learn ways to think about performance measurement and management that will make the measures you choose actionable and useful. You’ll be introduced to tools and templates that can help you choose and define individual measures and then group them into useful dashboards for different audiences. You’ll also examine example performance dashboards to consider whether they answer your questions about how things are going. The workshop will equip you to make your organization’s performance measurement and management practices more effective. The discussions will provide lessons and insights that you can take back to your work, whether you’re working for an agency or supporting one as a contractor/consultant.
What You Will Learn:
- The concept of performance management (PM)
- The rationale for instituting PM for value, not just for compliance
- Types of measures (leading, lagging, process, outcome, KPIs)
- Rules of thumb for choosing performance measures
- Steps for developing and introducing performance measures
- Steps for developing a dashboard
- Challenges with “alignment”
- Promising practices for using measures to manage
- “Measures” v. “data” and the role of each
- PM guiding principles
- Federal guidance
- Introduction to (organizational) performance management
- Choosing organizational performance measures: a thought process
- Measurement development: steps and templates
- The role of dashboards and data v. measures
- Dashboard development: steps
- Common challenges and lessons learned
- Relationship to other strategic management functions/practices (strategy, portfolio management)
Registration Fee: $295 for AIM Council Members and $395 for Non Members
About the Trainer: Amy Squires, MITRE Corporation
Amy Squires has over twenty-five years’ experience working with public sector, private, and non-profit organizations on strategic management practices that can improve overall results. With MITRE, Amy advises US federal agencies and MITRE colleagues on business strategy and organizational performance management to drive at mission outcomes. In her nine years at MITRE, she has worked with components of the federal Departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, Health and Human Services, Treasury, and Veteran Affairs, among others. Amy earlier worked with EPA and state environmental agencies on a range of regulatory policy and environmental information management issues, to enable more effective collaboration and strategic decision-making on the part of states and EPA.
Amy received her Bachelor’s from the University of Washington and a Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School. She is a Certified Strategic Management Professional through the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP) and received a Green Belt in GE’s Six Sigma™ and Change Acceleration Process™ methodologies.
The MITRE Corporation’s mission-driven team is dedicated to solving problems for a safer world. We are a not-for-profit company that operates multiple federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs).
We work across the government, through our FFRDCs and public-private partnerships, to tackle problems that challenge our nation’s safety, stability and well-being. Our unique vantage point allows us to provide innovative, practical solutions in the defense and intelligence, aviation, civil systems, homeland security, judiciary, healthcare, and cybersecurity spheres.
Register for both the Performance Management and Portfolio Management Courses and save $50 off each. Visit the Performance Management Course Page