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  1. Performance Management Presentation(7) Manage and Administer Worksite Enrichment Program Worksite Enrichment Program Team Lead: Timothy Tosten Members: Allyson Cole Dwayne Parris Christopher Gaines Mary Ellen Savarese Ellen Grant David Shea Carole Harman Kiana Timmons Pamela Jenkins Office of Research Services National Institutes of Health January 9, 2004

  2. Table of Contents Main Presentation PM Template ……………………………….………………………3 Customer Perspective……………………….……………………..6 Internal Business Process Perspective………………………………………………………21 Learning and Growth Perspective………………………………………………………30 Financial Perspective………………………………………………40 Conclusions and Recommendations………………………………………………46

  3. Relationship Among Performance Objectives

  4. High Impact Objectives

  5. Customer Perspective

  6. Customer Perspective Mandatory to Report on Customer Satisfaction

  7. Customer Scorecard Methodology • Worksite Enrichment Team met with OQM and consultant to determine optimal customer assessment methodology • Customized ORS Customer Scorecard into multi-dimensional survey to meet Team’s needs based on services: • Child Care • Food Services • Retail • Fitness • Travel • Interpreting • Determined method of survey distribution • Distribute survey NIH-wide via NIH intranet • Data collected for during the months of Feb-Mar 2004 • Completed surveys will be returned to OQM • Survey data will be entered into a database and analyzed

  8. C1a: Customer Satisfaction • Data from Customer Scorecard will be available in early March

  9. C1a: Customer Feedback

  10. C1a: Customer Feedback (cont.)

  11. C1b: Usage/Demand for Child Care Services Total = 283 Available Spaces Total = 961 Children on the Wait List = 10Children

  12. C1b: Usage/ Demand for Food Services

  13. C1b: Usage/Demand for Interpreting Services

  14. C1b: Usage/Demand for Interpreting Services

  15. C1b: Usage/Demand for Fitness Membership

  16. C1b: Usage/Demand for Travel Services

  17. C1c: Customer Counts Total customers served= 2,185,797 Note: Interpreting Services shows requests, not total people served

  18. Customer PerspectiveWhat the data tells us? • Although we have not completed our Customer Scorecard survey, we have some indications that customer satisfaction is good. • The trend shows us that our programs are growing in usage and demand.

  19. Customer PerspectiveActions • Work with OQM to ensure that we have a valid Customer Scorecard • Conduct ORS Customer Scorecard assessment after the Performance Management Conference • Make changes to our services, processes and approach based on feedback from customers

  20. Internal Business Process Perspective

  21. Internal Business Process Perspective

  22. IB1a. Results of Audit (Plan vs Actual) Note: This shows plan vs actual for our largest program

  23. Internal Business Process Perspective (cont.)

  24. IB2b. Percent of Contracts Reviewed for Change/Update

  25. IB2a. Number of “filtered” customer suggestions and vendor inputs included in use agreements and contracts

  26. Internal Business Process PerspectiveWhat the data tells us • We are not collecting data concerning how our vendors are doing for decision-making purposes. • We are reviewing our contracts/use agreements for possible conversion to performance based but are slower at changing them than anticipated. • We are not making regular updates to our contracts and use agreements as quickly as we should based on customer and vendor input.

  27. Internal Business Process PerspectiveActions • Review and update our contracts/use agreements on consistent basis. • Move all of our contracts/use agreements towards more “performance-based.” • Include vendor and customer input in contracts (as relevant). • Track, monitor, and discuss vendor “follow-through” to ensure standards are met and better decisions can be made.

  28. Learning and Growth Perspective

  29. Learning and Growth Perspective

  30. L2a. Results of internal climate survey N = 9 Unsatisfactory Outstanding

  31. Summarizing Our Internal Climate Survey Data Results • Overall, our employees rate our work environment as “good” and indicated that they felt we are achieving our mission • High ratings were given for “communications with peers” and for “communications with managers/ supervisors.” • We also received written comments regarding the satisfaction with the parking situation at our off-site location. • We received the lowest ratings for keeping staff “abreast of various programs” and “schedule/location of others.” • We also received written comments regarding the need for more team building • We will be addressing the low ratings and negative comments • We will be making changes to the way we inform each other of schedules/ locations of each other • We will also be finding ways for the staff to update each other on their projects. • We will also examine possibilities for some additional team-building exercises • We intend to survey staff again in FY04 to ensure we are improving our climate.

  32. L2b. Vendor Survey Results N = 112 Unsatisfactory Outstanding

  33. FY04 Vendor Satisfaction Ratings: NIH Project Officer N = 112 Unsatisfactory Outstanding

  34. Summarizing Our Vendor Survey Data • Our Vendors rated their work environment as “good” overall • High ratings were given for “Personal Security” and “Lighting of Stairways.” • We also received mostly outstanding ratings for the section related to our Project Officers • The lowest ratings were given for “Storage Space” and “Restroom/ Locker room cleanliness.” • We also received written comments regarding the need for: • Solutions to the parking problems • Speed of ID Requests/ Processing • Equipment Maintenance • Restroom cleanliness • We will be addressing the low ratings and negative comments • We will be working with the vendors to determine how we can better assist with processing of ID’s, equipment maintenance, and in improving the cleanliness of the restrooms. • It is unlikely that we will be able to impact the parking situation, however we can try to keep our vendors better informed regarding parking issues and alternatives through a new newsletter just for our vendors starting in Feb 04. • We intend to survey vendor staff again in FY04 to ensure we are improving their ability to serve our customers.

  35. Learning and Growth PerspectiveWhat the data tells us • The internal climate data tells us that most of our staff are satisfied with their work environment; however, they feel we need to improve our internal “information pipeline” with regard to schedules/locations of staff. • The data also tells us that we need to share more information among our staff with regard to all of our programs. • The vendor data tells us that we are doing a good job in relating to our vendors, but that we need to address some of their environmental needs so that they can better serve our customers.

  36. Learning and Growth PerspectiveActions • Respond to/address the top concerns of both our staff and our vendors. • Improve “messaging” to our vendor community (a newsletter for vendors – which is planned for Feb 04).

  37. Financial Perspective

  38. Financial Perspective (cont.)

  39. F1a. Unit Measures DS1- Number children/families served DS2- Number of customers DS3- Number of customers DS4- Based on tickets issued annually DS5- Based on hours provided per year

  40. F1a. Unit Measures

  41. F1b. FY 03 Budget Requested vs Approved *Does not include rent

  42. Financial PerspectiveWhat the data tells us • The new unit measures are a much better indication of what we are doing. • We are doing a good job of requesting our funding, but we could provide better justifications for our budgets based on data collected.

  43. Financial PerspectiveActions • Validate Unit Costs of all of our services. • Track budget numbers and numbers better.

  44. Conclusions

  45. Conclusions from PMP • In 2003, we mainly concentrated on our “High Impact” Objectives • Demand for our services is increasing yearly • Our vendors show a high level of satisfaction with their environment and with the management team, but there is room for improvement, especially in communication • Our employees are fairly satisfied with their current environment • We need to do a better job of formally tracking and monitoring vendor performance • We intend to use all three of our surveys to determine the “critical few” things we need to improve in 2004: • Customer Scorecard (Feb/Mar) • Internal Climate • Vendor Survey

  46. Table of Contents (cont.) Appendix Page 2 of template………………………….……………………………….48 Customer Perspective C2a: Percent of Vendors meeting standards in contracts………….49 C2b: Number of meetings with vendors.………………………………50 C3a: Percent of new spaces opened without amenities planning….51 C3b: Number of inclusions of WPB staff in planning meetings that impact amenities…………………………………………………………..….52 Internal Business Process Perspective IB3a: Percent of customers that can put our name with our program………………………………………..…………………………. 53 IB3b: Advertising and promotion volume………………………………54 Learning and Growth Perspective LG1a: Work Plan vs actual for each program area…………………..55 LG1b: Customer Complaints /customer satisfaction survey results………………………………………………….…………………..56 LG3a: Frequency of vendor/contractor acknowledgements…………57 LG3b: Number of Messages to Vendors………………………………58 Financial Perspective F1a: Speed of service tickets…………………………………………….59 F1b: Payment Rate for Vendors…………………………………………60 F3a: Percent of Plans with retro for amenities………………………….61 F3b: Percent of construction plans matching actual for amenities …62 F3c: Number of construction document submission changes………63

  47. PMP Template- Page 2

  48. C2a. Percent of Vendors meeting standards in contracts

  49. C2b. Number of Meetings with vendors