Performance Management for State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies Serving Transition-Aged Youth (Issue Brief)
Issue No. 03
Publisher: Rockville, MD: TransCen, Inc.
Sep 11, 2017
- Performance management processes can help VR staff use data to identify practices that are working well, change those that are not working well, and improve outcomes for clients.
- The performance management cycle is a flexible and ultimately repeating process applicable to a wide variety of program, policy, and agency settings, beginning with identifying a problem or question that VR staff wish to address, and ending with using the findings to make decisions, change behaviors, improve outcomes, and inform further performance management.
- The most appropriate tools and techniques to answer a specific research question or address a specific problem depend on a variety of factors, and can include descriptive analysis, predictive analytics, process or formative evaluation, impact or outcomes evaluation, and rapid-cycle evaluation.
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