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  1. FY02 ASA Presentation Provide NIH Events Management Services Presented by: Ken Ryland Marianne Bachmann Office of Research Services National Institutes of Health 18 November 2002

  2. Table of Contents Main Presentation ASA Template ……………………………….……………………………….4 Customer Perspective……………………….……………………………….5 Customer Segmentation …………………….……………………………………6-7 Customer Satisfaction……………………….…………………………………….8-10 Unique Customer Measures………………….…………………………………..11-14 Internal Business Process Perspective…………………………………….15 Service Group Block Diagram……………………………………………………16 Conclusions from Discrete Services Deployment Flowcharts………………..17-19 Process Measures…………………………………………………………………20-22 Learning and Growth Perspective………………………………………….23 Conclusions from Turnover, Sick Leave, Awards, EEO/ER/ADR Data……..24 Analysis of Readiness Conclusions…………………………………………….25 Unique Learning and Growth Measures………………………………………..26 Financial Perspective………………………………………………………..27 Unit Cost: ……………………………………………………………………… 28-29 Asset Utilization……………………………………………………………………30 Unique Financial Measures: Billable Hours …………………………………..31 Conclusions and Recommendations……………………………………….32 Conclusions from FY02 ASA..……………………………………………………33 Recommendations…………………………………………………………………34

  3. Table of Contents Appendices Page 2 of your ASA Template Customer segments graphs Customer satisfaction graphs Block diagram Process maps Process measures graphs Learning and Growth graphs Analysis of Readiness Information Unit cost graphs Asset utilization graphs Any unique measures graphs

  4. Customer Perspective

  5. Customer Segmentation – Top 10 Clients in Conference Services

  6. Customer Segmentation – Multimedia Services Percentage of Revenue

  7. FY02 ORS Customer Survey Data for the Annual Self Assessments Service Group 30: Provide NIH Events Management Services 22 October 2002 Summary Prepared by Janice Rouiller, SAIC

  8. Methodology • NIH Conference Services Customer Survey • Developed based on focus groups • Administered twice during FY2002 • Survey revised after Q2 FY2002 • Customer Sample • Representative sample of meetings selected each month • Survey sent through email via Project Officer • Results returned to Office of Quality Management • Data analyzed by contractor for FY02 NIH Events Management Services Annual Self-Assessment (ASA)

  9. Survey Distribution Number of Surveys Distributed 102 Number of Surveys Returned 30 Response Rate 29%

  10. Scheduling Meetings (cont.)Overall Satisfaction With Scheduling Experience Note: The rating scale ranges from 1 - 7 where “1” represents Poor and “7” represents Excellent.

  11. Meeting Events (cont.)Overall Satisfaction With Meeting Event Experience Note: The rating scale ranges from 1 - 7 where “1” represents Poor and “7” represents Excellent.

  12. What One Improvement Would You Like To See? • YES! I am so disturbed by the lack of conference space, even scheduling well over one year in advance, for a large and important NIMH lecture series. We have had to put off international speakers because the large conference rooms were already booked. I had to beg and plead all over campus for the others, it's really a shame. This is very unfortunate given that we are the world's largest research institution, but don't have rooms for the world experts to come and speak. • More conference rooms so it is easier to find a location! • More rooms available. • Online booking. • Better quality and newer technology AV equipment. • Not to have the individual Branches/Programs charged. • It would be great to have videoconferencing available in Building 31, C wing conference rooms.

  13. What One Improvement Would You Like To See? • The person on the phone who set up my most recent conference was so efficient and helpful. When one place that we were originally trying to book was not available, she recommended others which turned out to be even better. Thanks so much for a great meeting. • The Natcher Conference Center staff was very helpful and friendly and made the meeting run smoothly. • Thank you, thank you, thank you for the additional chairs for the NSC. They were a blessing in disguise. • So far I have been extremely pleased with the arrangements I make. Since I am never on site I really don't know how the AV technician responds, but I have had no complaints from the doctors here. • Over the last 6 months, customer service has improved. Continued training should be provided to operators and staff on regular duty at conference facilities, excellent service could be maintained. • Everything else was great!

  14. Internal Business Process Perspective

  15. Service Group Block Diagram Events Management Provide Conference Services Provide Multi-media Services

  16. Conference Services Block Diagram

  17. Conclusions from Discrete Services Deployment Flowcharts • We combined the Meeting request form and the Security Approval form into one. • Migrating from temporary web page to Remedy software. (Tracking data) • Paradigm shift in the responsibilities of the Conference Coordinators from order takers to Event planners. (Advantage increased availability and utilization of rooms) • The SSFAS billing system is too complicated and is driving up operating costs

  18. Note: Though not significant, a downward trend occurred after September 2001. The process also became less predictable.

  19. FY’02 Conference Room Utilization

  20. FY 2001- 2002 - Web Casts

  21. FY02 Learning and Growth (L&G) Data for the Annual Self Assessments Service Group 30: Provide NIH Events Management Services 26 September 2002 Summary Prepared by the Office of Quality Management

  22. Learning and Growth Data Table 2 ADR case out of 16 employees About 2 awards for every 3 employees About one week sick leave per employee 19% employee turnover

  23. Summary of Service Group 30 Learning and Growth Data • Twenty percent employee turnover • Three summer interns departed • About one week sick leave per employee • About 2 awards for every 3 employees • 2 ADR cases out of 16 employees

  24. Analysis of Readiness Conclusions Customer Perspective: ·Contract for customer survey data analysis & evaluation ·Deploy web based customer survey data collection tool Internal Business Perspective: ·Develop project management skills and abilities ·Develop video production and meeting planning skills and abilities ·Accelerate multimedia equipment and system replacements Learning and Growth Perspective: ·Build up verbal and written communication skills and abilities ·Expand client relation skills Financial Perspective: ·Develop quantitative and analytical skills and abilities ·Expand budget and financial knowledge

  25. Financial Perspective

  26. Conference Services Room Category Rates vs. Market Rates

  27. Multimedia ServicesFY 1998 - 2003 - Hourly Rates

  28. Conference Services – Asset Utilization Hours Months

  29. Multimedia Services FY 2001- 2002 – Billable Hours Target Hours

  30. Conclusions and Recommendations

  31. Conclusions from FY02 ASA • Need for more rooms which have a capacity of 100 to 150. • September 11th had a dramatic impact on the non-mission related meetings. (Eliminated after hours) • Fee for Service has made clients more cost conscious, reduced multiple bookings, findings rooms which they do not have to pay fees. • Cancellation Fee & New scheduling software implementation. • Availability of rooms will increase.

  32. Recommendations • Continue to upgrade facilities. (Multimedia equipment and infrastructure) Conference Room #1/151, Lipsett, Natcher Conference Center Control System, #31 6 & 10. • New Conference facilities (CRC, NSC, Democracy, Parklawn) • Develop and Implement an NIH wide policy mandating Conference rooms with a capacity of 50 or more be centrally managed. • Purchase and install non linear editing systems • Collaborate with DSS to prepare and implement a contract for captioning services. • Installation of wireless LAN

  33. Appendices

  34. Appendices • Include the following: • Page 2 of your ASA Template • Customer segments graphs • Customer satisfaction graphs • Block diagram • Process maps • Process measure graphs • Learning and Growth graphs • Analysis of Readiness Information • Unit cost graphs • Asset utilization graphs • Any unique measures graphs

  35. Customer Perspective

  36. Methodology • All data represent occurrences from Oct 2001 - June 2002 • Data analyzed covered period between October 1st and end of June to provide time to analyze and present the data • ORS Human Resources (HR) provided data on: • Turnover • Sick leave • Awards • HR data stored in NIH databases by Standard Administrative Codes (SACs) • Developed cross-reference of ORS Service Groups to SACs • Almost all SACs assigned to Service Groups • Some Service Groups have identical SACs • In this case, two Service Groups will receive same set of data

  37. Methodology (cont.) • Also obtained data from: • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) • Number of EEO complaints • Employee Relations (ER) • Number of ER cases • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) • ADR cases

  38. Interpreting Your Data • FY02 is the first time L&G data were collected and analyzed • Compare your Service Group relative to the other ORS Service Groups • What are all the L&G indicators telling you? • In the future your group should compare itself to its own Service Group data over time • Interpret data in terms of other ASA data • Customer satisfaction ratings • Process measures • Financial measures • Does the L&G data, when compared to data in other perspectives, show potential relationship (could L&G be contributing to customer satisfaction results)? • From reviewing your Service Group’s L&G data, what could be done to improve Quality of Work Life (QOWL)?

  39. Service Group Turnover Rate • Calculated as the number of separations for a Service Group / Population of Service Group • Separations defined as: • Retirements (separation codes 3010, 3020, 3022) • Resignations (separation codes 3120, 3170) • Removals (separation codes 3300) • Terminations (separation codes 3520, 3550, 3570) • Promotions to new organization (separation codes 7020) • Reassignments (separation code 7210) • Note that transfers/promotions within ORS Divisions/Offices are not captured by the NIH database

  40. Service Group Turnover Rate (cont.) • Calculation of Service Group population was needed since number of employees changes over time • Population for Service Group was estimated based on average of employee count at three snapshots in time (Nov 2001, Feb 2002, June 2002)

  41. Service Group Turnover Rate (Oct 2001 - June 2002) Turnover Rate Service Group Number

  42. Average Hours of Sick Leave Used • Calculated as the total number of sick leave hours used for a Service Group / Population of Service Group

  43. Average Hours of Sick Leave Used (Oct 2001 - June 2002) Average Hours Service Group Number

  44. Average Number of Awards Received • Calculated as the total number of awards received / Population of Service Group • Includes both monetary and non-monetary awards • Cash awards • QSIs • Time-off • Honorary • Customer Service

  45. Average Number of Awards Received (Oct 2001 - June 2002) Average number Service Group Number

  46. Average Number of EEO Complaints • Calculated the total number of EEO complaints for a Service Group / Population of Service Group

  47. Average Number of EEO Complaints (Oct 2001 - June 2002) Average Number Service Group Number

  48. Average Number of ER Cases • Calculated the total number of ER cases for a Service Group / Population of Service Group • Case is defined as any contact with ER Office where an action occurs (e.g., Letter is prepared)