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Disrupting Poverty 20th Jan 2012
Results Factory•   A standard working method•   Produce results•   Efficiently and effectively•   Organised•   Improving o...
Results Based Accountability…in a nutshell.From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not ...
SIMPLE                                                COMMON SENSE                                               PLAIN LAN...
RBA Key Innovations           2                      kinds of accountability plus language discipline       Population acc...
Population accountability
Performance accountability              How much did we do?              How well did we do it?              Is anyone bet...
THE LANGUAGE TRAP              Too many terms. Too few definitions. Too little discipline                                 ...
A Discipline of Language…           Result/Outcome/Goal – a population condition of wellbeing in plain language           ...
RESULT, INDICATOR OR PERFORMANCE MEASURE?                                RESULT 1.             Safe Community             ...
The Leaking Chimney                                                                     Size of damp patch                ...
Population Accountability – from words to actions                                                                        P...
MEANS                                        not                       ENDS                       To Improving Results    ...
OBA Key Innovations                     7               Questions from ends to means in less than an hour.From Results-Bas...
The 7 Population Accountability Questions             1. What are the quality of life conditions we want for the children,...
Criteria for  Choosing Indicators  as Primary vs. Secondary Measures  Communication Power   Does the indicator communicate...
The 7 Performance Accountability Questions           1. Who are our ‘customers’?           2. How can we measure if our ‘c...
Who shares responsibility for the level andimpact of poverty in Leeds?Who must we engage to reduce the leveland impact of ...
4000 children eligible for free school mealsfail to take them up every day350 people in Leeds take up the free ‘mealson wh...
A thought about power…What ‘programme’ can YOU start to disrupt povertythat no-one can stop you doing?What ‘programme’ can...
Want to know more?                                    www.fiscalpolicystudies.com                    www.facebook.com/leed...
Disrupting Poverty 20th January 2012Let’s make a start…
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  1. 1. Disrupting Poverty 20th Jan 2012
  2. 2. Results Factory• A standard working method• Produce results• Efficiently and effectively• Organised• Improving over time
  3. 3. Results Based Accountability…in a nutshell.From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  4. 4. SIMPLE COMMON SENSE PLAIN LANGUAGE MINIMUM PAPER USEFULFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  5. 5. RBA Key Innovations 2 kinds of accountability plus language discipline Population accountability Outcomes & Indicators Performance accountability Performance measuresFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  6. 6. Population accountability
  7. 7. Performance accountability How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is anyone better off as a result?From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  8. 8. THE LANGUAGE TRAP Too many terms. Too few definitions. Too little discipline Benchmark Outcome Result Modifiers Measurable Core Indicator Urgent Qualitative Goal Priority Programmatic Targeted Performance Incremental Strategic Systemic Measure Objective Target Your made up jargon here…From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  9. 9. A Discipline of Language… Result/Outcome/Goal – a population condition of wellbeing in plain language Indicator/Benchmark – a measure that quantifies progress towards a result. How would we recognise the result if we fell over it? Strategy – a set of actions that has a reasoned chance of improving results Performance Measure – a measure of how well a programme, plan or service is working: How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is anyone better off?From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  10. 10. RESULT, INDICATOR OR PERFORMANCE MEASURE? RESULT 1. Safe Community INDICATOR 2. Crime Rate PERF. MEASURE 3. Average Police Dept response time RESULT 4. An educated workforce INDICATOR 5. Adult literacy rate RESULT 6. People have living wage jobs and income INDICATOR 7. % of people with living wage jobs and income PERF. MEASURE 8. % of participants in job training who get living wage jobsFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  11. 11. The Leaking Chimney Size of damp patch Experience: Not OK Measure: ? Fixed Turning the Curve Story behind the baseline (causes): Partners: What Works: Action Plan:From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  12. 12. Population Accountability – from words to actions Population Results or Outcome Experience Indicators Baselines data development agenda Story Behind the Baseline - information and research agenda about causes Partners What Works.. Criteria information and research agenda about solutions Strategy and Action PlanFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  13. 13. MEANS not ENDS To Improving Results In ThemselvesFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  14. 14. OBA Key Innovations 7 Questions from ends to means in less than an hour.From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  15. 15. The 7 Population Accountability Questions 1. What are the quality of life conditions we want for the children, adults and families who live in our community? 2. What would these conditions look like if we could see them? 3. How can we measure these conditions? 4. How are we doing on the most important of these measures? 5. Who are the partners that have a role to play in doing better? 6. What works to do better, including no-cost and low-cost ideas? 7. What do we propose to do?From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  16. 16. Criteria for Choosing Indicators as Primary vs. Secondary Measures Communication Power Does the indicator communicate to a broad range of audiences? Proxy Power Does the indicator say something of central importance about the result? Does the indicator bring along the data HERD? Data Power Quality data available on a timely basis.From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  17. 17. The 7 Performance Accountability Questions 1. Who are our ‘customers’? 2. How can we measure if our ‘customers’ are better off? 3. How can we measure if we are delivering services well? 4. How are we doing on the most important of these measures? 5. Who are the partners that have a role to play in doing better? 6. What works to do better, including no-cost and low-cost ideas? 7. What do we propose to do?From Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  18. 18. Who shares responsibility for the level andimpact of poverty in Leeds?Who must we engage to reduce the leveland impact of poverty in Leeds?
  19. 19. 4000 children eligible for free school mealsfail to take them up every day350 people in Leeds take up the free ‘mealson wheels’ service
  20. 20. A thought about power…What ‘programme’ can YOU start to disrupt povertythat no-one can stop you doing?What ‘programme’ can WE start to disrupt povertythat no-one can stop you doing?What ‘programme’ can ‘THEY’ start to disruptpoverty that no-one can stop you doing?
  21. 21. Want to know more? www.fiscalpolicystudies.com www.facebook.com/leedsinnovationlab michael.chitty@ntlworld.comFrom Results-Based Accountability™ as presented in the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman
  22. 22. Disrupting Poverty 20th January 2012Let’s make a start…

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