Tagged: Performance management

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2017 Fall Q32b

Some local governments collect internal data that measure their own operations (such as tons of trash collected, emergency response times, etc.). Some collect external data about other local governments for comparing their performance or costs against that of other units. Meanwhile, some local governments don't collect data in either of these ways. What about your jurisdiction? Do you collect such data? (check all that apply) Yes, we collect external data about other governments

2017 Fall Q36b

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?

2017 Fall Q40a

To the best of your knowledge, to what extent do the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's Board/Council

2017 Fall Q44c

In your opinion, would the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's non-managerial employees

2017 Fall Q32c

Some local governments collect internal data that measure their own operations (such as tons of trash collected, emergency response times, etc.). Some collect external data about other local governments for comparing their performance or costs against that of other units. Meanwhile, some local governments don't collect data in either of these ways. What about your jurisdiction? Do you collect such data? (check all that apply) No, we don't collect data about our own or other governments' operations

2017 Fall Q36c

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?

2017 Fall Q40b

To the best of your knowledge, to what extent do the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's managers

2017 Fall Q44d

In your opinion, would the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's citizens

2017 Fall Q32d

Some local governments collect internal data that measure their own operations (such as tons of trash collected, emergency response times, etc.). Some collect external data about other local governments for comparing their performance or costs against that of other units. Meanwhile, some local governments don't collect data in either of these ways. What about your jurisdiction? Do you collect such data? (check all that apply) Don't know

2017 Fall Q36d

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?

2017 Fall Q40c

To the best of your knowledge, to what extent do the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's non-managerial employees

2017 Fall Q45

Overall, do you agree or disagree that performance management activities would be worthwhile for your jurisdiction?

2017 Fall Q33

Some local jurisdictions may not end up using the performance data they collect, and others may use data only occasionally on an ad hoc basis. Meanwhile, some jurisdictions use data in a systematic way as part of a formal program, for example, holding regular meetings where performance data are used to guide decision-making. Which of the following approaches best describes your jurisdiction's use of the performance data it collects?

2017 Fall Q36e

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?

2017 Fall Q40d

To the best of your knowledge, to what extent do the following groups support or oppose your jurisdiction using performance data to guide decision-making? The majority of your jurisdiction's citizens

2017 Fall Q34a

Please identify the extent to which, overall, your jurisdiction uses the following types of data regarding your internal operations (or operations you contract out). Measures of inputs (amount of resources used, such as tons of road salt)

2017 Fall Q36f

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?

2017 Fall Q41

Overall, do you agree or disagree that performance management activities are worthwhile for your jurisdiction?

2017 Fall Q34b

Please identify the extent to which, overall, your jurisdiction uses the following types of data regarding your internal operations (or operations you contract out). Measures of workload (such as number of fire runs, miles of roads plowed, etc.)

2017 Fall Q36g

How would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of performance data for the following purposes?