Creating streamlined systems for monitoring program performance, engaging stakeholders in feedback, and collecting data to measure the relative impact of a program are crucial elements to managing and maximizing the performance of the program. In this series of sessions, participants unpack the key elements of performance management and then analyze their current processes, compare, and contrast practices with a framework built around a sound theory of action, and walk away with an action plan to begin the change management process that will launch the design of their own program performance management plan. This series is intended to assist with district level programs, grants, and other initiative management to improve outcomes. Although we recommend taking all three sessions in order, participants may pick and choose those that best fit their needs and schedules. This series is appropriate for individual administrators and small planning teams at the district and campus level.
In this 2nd session: Building a theory of action and planning for launch
In this session, participants will analyze their current processes, compare, and contrast practices with a framework built around a theory of action, and develop their own theory of action and accompanying logic model to guide performance man