The Role of Leadership in Performance Management Donald P. Moynihan, La Follette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison Presentation to Chicago Federal Leadership Forum Have you encountered? Strategic planning Performance measures Performance contracts
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The Role of Leadership in Performance Management
Donald P. Moynihan,
La Follette School of Public Affairs,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Presentation to Chicago Federal Leadership Forum
“everyone agrees that scarce federal resources should be allocated to programs that deliver results”
Study 1: Ordinal regression of reported performance information use for decisions
The County Tourism Board seeks to increase visits from those who live outside the county, and to increase the use of recreational and cultural opportunities by both locals and outsiders. It collects data from local hotels, restaurants, and other businesses that depend on tourists. In the last number of years, the number of tourists visiting the county has stayed relatively flat at about 100,000, and the Board has focused its marketing budget on “quality, not quantity,” by increasing the dollar amount that each tourist spends.