4 edition of Measuring outcome in the public sector found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter Smith.|
|LC Classifications||HN385.5 .M43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|ISBN 10||0748404031, 074840404X|
|LC Control Number||95048128|
Suggested Citation:"Assessment of Performance Measures for Public: Executive Summary."National Research Council. Measuring Health Performance in the Public Sector: A Summary of Two gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The health outcome and risk status measures in this appendix are presented to illustrate the types of measures that might be included in performance partnership grants (PPGs) between state agencies and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). These measures were .
Measuring the impact of grant-maker dollars on large-scale social change is difficult at best. Casey commissioned this guide to facilitate advocacy evaluation. Welcome to a new field of evaluation: gauging investment impact within advocacy and public policy work. Abstract. Moving to outcome-based measurement systems in the public sector has been difficult. In this article, we examine the contingent decision-making arguments stimulating output instead of outcome measurement in public management. Based on an argumentative literature review, we conclude that there exist several contingent arguments encouraging politicians and public managers .
Outcome measurement: determination and evaluation of the results of an activity, plan, process or program and their comparison with the intended or projected results. In other words, 'did we do what we said we would do, and did it have the results we expected'? Why is it so hard for the public sector to answer those questions? Measuring Outcome in the Public Sector: Peter Smith University of York: Paperback: General book.
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Measuring outcome in the public sector. [Peter Smith;] -- Provides a critical assessment of the way outcome is measured across a broad range of key public services including health, schools, criminal justice, social security, universities, community care. Measuring Outcome In The Public Sector 1st Edition by Peter Smith University of York.
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 31 October Book Edition: 1st Edition. The discussion of public-sector performance management in terms of recent history, barriers, and the strong emphasis on outcomes is itself worth the purchase price, regardless of whether the advocated model is adopted or not.
The Public Sector Value Model addresses a number of historic shortcomings of public-sector performance measurement. The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to INSTRUCTORS.
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Developed for the practitioner and trainer, Performance Auditing: Measuring Inputs, Outputs, and Outcomes, Third Edition, emphasizes the use of measurement and comparison in performance ng from leading standards from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI), and The IIA, this valuable.
Outcomes are meaningful changes for the population served, such as anticipated changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes, behavior, condition, or status. Changes should be measured and monitored and link directly to the program.
An outcome is an effect your program produces on the people or issues you serve or address. Public sector organisations must become “outcome-oriented” Even though the implementation of an outcome-based measurement system faces a number of systemic pressures that can be difficult to overcome due to their ambiguity, new ways of measuring value and defining value in a transparent and understandable way, there is no way around it.
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Explore more options for this title. Copies in Library - not available while library buildings are closed. The chapters in this book showcase these approaches, which encourage the adoption of more flexible and pervasive governmental systems to overcome such complex problems.
Outcome-Based Performance Management in the Public Sector is divided into five parts. Part 1 aims at shedding light on problems and issues implied in the design and. 14 Measuring Public-Sector Output: The Swedish Report Richard Murray This paper relates the large scale effort to measure productivity in the produc- tion of public-sector goods and services in Sweden.
It is organized as follows: First, there is a methodological part dealing with problems of measuring out. Outcome in the management of public services refers to the impact of a particular public sector activity. This book provides a critical assessment of the way outcome is measured, exploring the need to balance objective and subjective forms of Read more.
Measuring the performance of the public sector through private sector practices and principles is hardly a new or recent idea. In many ways the origins of the modern. It is a typical preoccupation in the private sector and has increasingly emerged as a core objective for policymakers, with many pages written in an attempt to make the public sector more efficient by reducing costs and increasing value per unit.
The pursuit of productivity. But does productivity really equate to effectiveness in public policy. world measuring the public sector performance has become a practice adopted by law, such as the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Netherlands.
China began introducing a performance management system since the 80s, which has been improved over the years. Therefore, the objective of the paper is to identify the current. Catalogue Measuring outcome in the public sector.
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Please contact a member of library staff for further. Website of the Directorate for Public Governance at the OECD, a source of policy solutions, data, expertise and good practice., This new publication provides a significant contribution to developing a coherent, reliable system for data collection and analysis on public sector inputs and processes.
It also examines the existing internationally comparable data and recommends new approaches to. The Public Health Outcomes Framework (Department of Health ) includes an indicator on subjective wellbeing, and uses (s)WEMWBS to measure this.
There are a number of other indicators within the framework that relate to mental health and wellbeing. Request PDF | Measuring and Reporting Public Sector Outputs/Outcomes: Exploratory Evidence from Australia | Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to report on a study of performance measurement.Perspectives on performance measurement and public sector accounting; Organizational performance and measurement in the public sector: Toward service, effort, and accomplishment reporting; and measuring outcome in the public sector.A model for public service production is introduced that distinguishes between efficiency and effectiveness by assuming that the public sector producer controls doing things right only, and that there is a transformation of these things to another type of things that .