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Fabric - Performance Framework

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  • 1. A Framework for
    Performance Information
    Summarising and distilling the original cross-sector national guidance on performance information.
    This includes the overall framework for corporate performance information, the criteria for individual measures, and components for managing performance information.
    Paul Askew
    speakingdata.org.uk
  • 2. A. Framework for Performance Information
    … on the organisation’s aims and objectives.
    Focused
    F
    … to, and useful for, the stakeholders
    who are likely to use it.
    Appropriate
    A
    … giving a picture of what the organisation is
    doing, covering all significant areas of work.
    Balanced
    B
    … in order to withstand organisational
    changes or individuals leaving.
    Robust
    R
    … into the organisation, being part of the business
    planning and management processes.
    Integrated
    I
    … balancing the benefits of the
    information against the costs.
    Cost Effective
    C
    Source: National Audit Office
  • 3. B. Criteria for Individual Performance Measures
    … to what the organisation is aiming to achieve
    Relevant
    … capable of being influenced by actions which can be attributed, and it be clear where accountability lies
    Attributable
    …with a clear, unambiguous definition so that data will be collected consistently, and easy to understand and use
    Well Defined
    … accurate enough for its intended use,
    and responsive to change
    Reliable
    … with either past periods or similar
    programmes elsewhere.
    Comparable
    … producing data frequently enough to track progress, and quickly enough for the data to still be useful.
    Timely
    … with clear documentation behind it, so that the processes which produce the measure can be validated.
    Verifiable
    … able to avoid perverse incentives – not encourage unwanted or wasteful behaviour.
    Incentives
  • 4. C. Components for Managing Performance Measures
    Results
    Monitor
    Evaluate
    Strategy
    Measures
    Targets
    Purpose, objectives, plans
    Aligned with strategic objectives
    Evaluate this performance system
    Intended
    level of performance
    Actual performance achieved
    Compare performance over time and with others
    Performance Framework
    Focused
    Balanced
    Cost Effective
    Robust
    Appropriate
    Integrated
    Source: Based on National Audit Office. FABRIC. A Framework for Performance Information. March 2001.
  • 5. D. Corporate Performance Framework – Distilled
    Performance
    Framework
    Focused
    Integrated
    Balanced
    Cost Effective
    Appropriate
    Robust
    Cost Effectiveness
    Economy
    Effectiveness
    Efficiency
    Business Activity
    Resources
    Inputs
    Process
    Output
    Outcome
    Measures:
    Relevant
    Attributable
    Well Defined
    Reliable
    Individual
    Criteria:
    Performance Measurement
    Comparable
    Verifiable
    Incentives
    Timely
    Components: