Performance Management Trends: Case Studies from the Field - March 27, 2013

Group Internet-based course
Prerequisites: None
Course level: Intermediate
CPE credits: 2

Time: 2:00 – 4:00 pm (Eastern)



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Who Will Benefit
Government staff who are currently involved with helping to define goals, set performance measures, track results, monitor progress, make decisions, or are otherwise responsible for some aspect of an organization’s performance measurement and management efforts.


Performance management is quickly becoming a requirement for many governments dealing with budget stress. Budgeting and management decisions rely on accurate performance data to make sure that community priorities are being addressed efficiently and effectively. This session will highlight how a few governments have used the principles of performance management to make informed decisions; to apply lessons learned from past experiences; and to ultimately improve results to improve fiscal outcomes.


Seminar Objectives

  • Learn best practice examples from leading governments who have achieved better results through the use of performance management
  • Understand key aspects of effective performance management efforts


Recommended Reading
  • The State and Local Government Performance Management Sourcebook
  • A Performance Management Framework for State and Local Government: From Measurement and Reporting to Management and Improving

Registration Fees
GFOA member:  $85     Nonmember:  $160



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