Posts tagged: "Performance measurement"
Posted on July 16, 2019 by Yvonne Gallagher
Have you ever had the frustration of having to provide the same information about yourself to different government services? Have you ever had to make decisions without information about what does and doesn’t work? Data is fundamental to delivering public services, improving systems and processes, and supporting sound decisions – but accessing accurate data is far from easy. Drawing from our recent report, Challenges in using data across government, I highlight here some of the difficulties, their implications and ways they can be addressed.more… Right data, right place, right time
Tagged: Behaviour change, Business operations, Cross-government, Customer service, Digital transformation, Forecasting, Fraud and error, Good practice principles, Information management, Information sharing, Innovation, IT, Performance measurement, Public sector reform, Regulation & consumer protection, Risk management
Posted on November 4, 2016 by Simon Banner
Are you achieving what you planned to achieve? Most NAO reports stress the need to measure performance. But how do you do it and use that information to get the best you can with the resources you have? How do you avoid the risk that (only) ‘what gets measured, gets done’? And how do you do measure performance when – like regulators and many others – you don’t have direct control over the outcomes, but must influence others? There are many lessons of widespread value in our new guide, Performance measurement by regulators, which focuses on the particular challenge for those who regulate the products and services so important to our daily lives, such as utilities, transport, health, food and financial services. more… Measuring performance delivered through others