The 8th Annual
Public Performance Measurement
& Reporting Conference

Friday, September 18, 2015 - Newark, NJ

 
 
 

Presenter Name/Organization

Presentation Title

Morning Keynote:

Robert D. Behn, PhD: Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government

-

Lunch Keynote:

Benjamin Birge: CountyStat Manager, Prince George's County, MA; Planning Board, Mid Atlantic StatNet

 

The PerformanceStat Potential: A Leadership Strategy for Producing Results

 

-

 

 

Transforming Neighborhoods: Prince George's CountyStat and the Mid Atlantic StatNet

Performance Systems in Action

 

Jim Rhodes: Camden County Board of Social Services

-

Kay Sutula: Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

-

Michael Adrian: Results Leadership Group; Marlon Murphy & Karen Shaban: Fairfax County, VA

-

Chris McMillan: Fayetteville, NV

-

Jamie Taylor, PhD: The Cloudburst Group

-

Bill Bennett: FranklinCovey

-

Erick Scheminske: State of Colorado

-

Jon Desenberg: The Performance Insitute

 

Overhauling Processes and Technology to Improve Social Services

 

-

TransitStat - Using Data to Improve a Regional Transit Authority

 

-

Using Results-Based Accountability (RBA) to Reduce Racial Disproportionality in Systems

 

-

Learning to SOAR: Performance Measurment and Process Improvement in Fayetteville, NC

 

-

Ending Homelessness with Rapid Re-Housing Assistance

 

-

The 4 Disciplines of Execution

-

Performance Management in Colorado - Strategic Goal Alignment, Lean Continuous Improvement and Capability Building

-

Implementing Performance-Based Reforms for Federal Food Safety - Impact and Improvement

International Perspective

 

Zhu Jing, PhD: China Three Gorges University; Matthew Mingus, PhD: Western Michigan University

-

Maruff Akinwale Oladejo, PhD: University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria

-

Darya Reshetnikova: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

 

Increasing citizen access and local government responsiveness in Yichang City, China

 

-

Academic-Administratos' Perception of Performance Information in Decision-Making at the University of Lagos, Nigeria

 

-

Developing the system of civil servants' performance indicators: the case study of the Ministry of finance of the Russian Federation

Applying Performance Data

 

Richard Beck, PhD; Mr. John L. O'Brien Lt. Col (ret): National Defense University I-College

-

Marcus D. Mauldin, PhD: University of Tennessee at Cattanooga

-

TAE Hee Kim, PhD: University of Hawaii at Manoa

-

Paige Ireland; Jeannette Myrick; Reena Chakraborty, PhD: D.C. Department of Corrections

-

Dana Roberts, Performance Manager: Performance Improvement Council (PIC.gov)

 

Applying Performance and Funding Trend Data: A Tool to Foster Dialogue Among Public Sector Leadership and Increase the Use of Performance Data

 

-

An Economic Development Performance Model for Assessing and Improving Local Governemnt Open Data Initiatives

 

-

Performance Information Use Across the Public, Private and Nonprofit Sectors

 

-

Utilizing Granular Data to Implement Performance Based Reforms at an Inmate Records Processing Unit in a Large Municipal Jail

-

Advancing and Expanding the Practice of Performance Management and Improvement

Assessing Performance

 

Christopher Weare, PhD; Juliet Musso, PhD: University of Southern California

-

Monique Jn-Marie, MPA: Rutgers University-Newark

-

Nicodemo La Rosa: La Trobe University

-

Reena Chakraborty, Phd; Paige Ireland, Mark Pflaum: D.C. Department of Corrections

-

Heather MacDonaldl Littleton; Celeste Berg: City and County of San Francisco

-

Kathleen Freeman: The Cloudburst Group

-

Andrew Coffey, PhD; Lloyd Blanchard, PhD: IEM, Inc

-

Gregg G. Van Ryzin, PhD; Javier Fuenzalida: Rutgers University-Newark

 

 

Performance Management Goldilocks Style: Transaction Cost Analysis of Incentive Intensity in Performance Regimes

 

-

Defining Successful Performance when Traditional Measures Can't Apply

 

-

Case Study Examples of a New Financial Performance Metric & Benefits to Non-Profit Sector

 

-

Addressing Data Quality Assurance Awareness to Sustain/Improve Organizational Performance in a Municipal Jail System

 

-

 Is Uber Really Faster than an Ambulance? Measuring Emergency Medical Response Performance: Lessons Learned from San Francisco 

 

-

Homeless Service of Care System Mapping to Support Community Goals

 

-

Network Theory and Public Performance Management: A Framework for Complex Causality in Public Organizational Outcomes

-

Are Managers Susceptible to Framing Effects? An Experimental Study of Professional Judgement of Performance Metrics

Citizen Oriented Data

 

Josh Wheeling: CamConnect

-

Erica Raleigh: Data Driven Detroit (D3)

-

Mark Abraham: Data Haven

-

Stephanie Parry, Monique Baptiste: Strong Healthy Community Initiative

Democratizing Data in Camden, New Jersey

 

-

Data Driven Detroit

-

Community Index: Data for Community Action

 

-

Community Parcel Surveys: Mapping Newark's South Ward

Workshop

 

Sheri Chaney Jones: Measurement Resources Initiative 

Measure It! Turning Data into Dollars

 

 

 

 

The 8th Annual
Public Performance Measurement
& Reporting Conference

Friday, September 18, 2015 - Newark, NJ

 
 
 

Presenter Name/Organization

Presentation Title

Morning Keynote:

Robert D. Behn, PhD: Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government

-

Lunch Keynote:

Benjamin Birge: CountyStat Manager, Prince George's County, MA; Planning Board, Mid Atlantic StatNet

 

The PerformanceStat Potential: A Leadership Strategy for Producing Results

 

-

 

 

Transforming Neighborhoods: Prince George's CountyStat and the Mid Atlantic StatNet

Performance Systems in Action

 

Jim Rhodes: Camden County Board of Social Services

-

Kay Sutula: Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

-

Michael Adrian: Results Leadership Group; Marlon Murphy & Karen Shaban: Fairfax County, VA

-

Chris McMillan: Fayetteville, NV

-

Jamie Taylor, PhD: The Cloudburst Group

-

Bill Bennett: FranklinCovey

-

Erick Scheminske: State of Colorado

-

Jon Desenberg: The Performance Insitute

 

Overhauling Processes and Technology to Improve Social Services

 

-

TransitStat - Using Data to Improve a Regional Transit Authority

 

-

Using Results-Based Accountability (RBA) to Reduce Racial Disproportionality in Systems

 

-

Learning to SOAR: Performance Measurment and Process Improvement in Fayetteville, NC

 

-

Ending Homelessness with Rapid Re-Housing Assistance

 

-

The 4 Disciplines of Execution

-

Performance Management in Colorado - Strategic Goal Alignment, Lean Continuous Improvement and Capability Building

-

Implementing Performance-Based Reforms for Federal Food Safety - Impact and Improvement

International Perspective

 

Zhu Jing, PhD: China Three Gorges University; Matthew Mingus, PhD: Western Michigan University

-

Maruff Akinwale Oladejo, PhD: University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria

-

Darya Reshetnikova: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

 

Increasing citizen access and local government responsiveness in Yichang City, China

 

-

Academic-Administratos' Perception of Performance Information in Decision-Making at the University of Lagos, Nigeria

 

-

Developing the system of civil servants' performance indicators: the case study of the Ministry of finance of the Russian Federation

Applying Performance Data

 

Richard Beck, PhD; Mr. John L. O'Brien Lt. Col (ret): National Defense University I-College

-

Marcus D. Mauldin, PhD: University of Tennessee at Cattanooga

-

TAE Hee Kim, PhD: University of Hawaii at Manoa

-

Paige Ireland; Jeannette Myrick; Reena Chakraborty, PhD: D.C. Department of Corrections

-

Dana Roberts, Performance Manager: Performance Improvement Council (PIC.gov)

 

Applying Performance and Funding Trend Data: A Tool to Foster Dialogue Among Public Sector Leadership and Increase the Use of Performance Data

 

-

An Economic Development Performance Model for Assessing and Improving Local Governemnt Open Data Initiatives

 

-

Performance Information Use Across the Public, Private and Nonprofit Sectors

 

-

Utilizing Granular Data to Implement Performance Based Reforms at an Inmate Records Processing Unit in a Large Municipal Jail

-

Advancing and Expanding the Practice of Performance Management and Improvement

Assessing Performance

 

Christopher Weare, PhD; Juliet Musso, PhD: University of Southern California

-

Monique Jn-Marie, MPA: Rutgers University-Newark

-

Nicodemo La Rosa: La Trobe University

-

Reena Chakraborty, Phd; Paige Ireland, Mark Pflaum: D.C. Department of Corrections

-

Heather MacDonaldl Littleton; Celeste Berg: City and County of San Francisco

-

Kathleen Freeman: The Cloudburst Group

-

Andrew Coffey, PhD; Lloyd Blanchard, PhD: IEM, Inc

-

Gregg G. Van Ryzin, PhD; Javier Fuenzalida: Rutgers University-Newark

 

 

Performance Management Goldilocks Style: Transaction Cost Analysis of Incentive Intensity in Performance Regimes

 

-

Defining Successful Performance when Traditional Measures Can't Apply

 

-

Case Study Examples of a New Financial Performance Metric & Benefits to Non-Profit Sector

 

-

Addressing Data Quality Assurance Awareness to Sustain/Improve Organizational Performance in a Municipal Jail System

 

-

 Is Uber Really Faster than an Ambulance? Measuring Emergency Medical Response Performance: Lessons Learned from San Francisco 

 

-

Homeless Service of Care System Mapping to Support Community Goals

 

-

Network Theory and Public Performance Management: A Framework for Complex Causality in Public Organizational Outcomes

-

Are Managers Susceptible to Framing Effects? An Experimental Study of Professional Judgement of Performance Metrics

Citizen Oriented Data

 

Josh Wheeling: CamConnect

-

Erica Raleigh: Data Driven Detroit (D3)

-

Mark Abraham: Data Haven

-

Stephanie Parry, Monique Baptiste: Strong Healthy Community Initiative

Democratizing Data in Camden, New Jersey

 

-

Data Driven Detroit

-

Community Index: Data for Community Action

 

-

Community Parcel Surveys: Mapping Newark's South Ward

Workshop

 

Sheri Chaney Jones: Measurement Resources Initiative 

Measure It! Turning Data into Dollars

 

 

 

 

The 8th Annual
Public Performance Measurement
& Reporting Conference

Friday, September 18, 2015 - Newark, NJ

The National Center for Public Performance and the Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Network at the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) - Rutgers University - Newark are pleased to announce the 8th Annual Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Conference. This year’s conference, scheduled for Friday, September 18, 2015 from 8am to 6:00 pm, will be held at the Center for Urban and Public Affairs, Rutgers University – Newark, in Newark, New Jersey. The theme of this year’s conference is Moving Beyonf Performance Measurement to Performance Improvement: How City, State, Federal and Non-Profit Agencies Succeed. The overarching goal of the conference is to examine and discuss performance management research and models for the adoption and implementation of compelling practices. Please accept our invitation to join your academic, practitioner colleagues, and us for a day of learning, reflecting, and collaborating.

Who Should Attend

Individuals interested in performance measurement, including:

  • Local, state, and federal government managers and officials engaged in performance measurement and reporting
  • Public and nonprofit professionals
  • Researchers, faculty and students dedicated to measuring, reporting, and improving public sector and nonprofit performance
  • Private-sector consultants and employees who contract with federal, state, or local governments for performance measurement and reporting initiatives

The 8th Annual
Public Performance Measurement
& Reporting Conference

Friday, September 18, 2015 - Newark, NJ

The National Center for Public Performance and the Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Network at the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) - Rutgers University - Newark are pleased to announce the 8th Annual Public Performance Measurement and Reporting Conference. This year’s conference, scheduled for Friday, September 18, 2015 from 8am to 6:00 pm, will be held at the Center for Urban and Public Affairs, Rutgers University – Newark, in Newark, New Jersey. The theme of this year’s conference is Moving Beyonf Performance Measurement to Performance Improvement: How City, State, Federal and Non-Profit Agencies Succeed. The overarching goal of the conference is to examine and discuss performance management research and models for the adoption and implementation of compelling practices. Please accept our invitation to join your academic, practitioner colleagues, and us for a day of learning, reflecting, and collaborating.

Who Should Attend

Individuals interested in performance measurement, including:

  • Local, state, and federal government managers and officials engaged in performance measurement and reporting
  • Public and nonprofit professionals
  • Researchers, faculty and students dedicated to measuring, reporting, and improving public sector and nonprofit performance
  • Private-sector consultants and employees who contract with federal, state, or local governments for performance measurement and reporting initiatives
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