The Performance Management Cycle
Effective performance management requires organisations to systematically and practically implement the following steps:
- Plan – this is about understanding current performance and identifying what needs to be improved. Priorities can then be determined, resources allocated, targets set and actions planned.
- Do – ensuring the proper systems and processes are in place, managing risk, communicating and implementing plans.
- Review – measure and monitor progress and report performance at the appropriate levels involving service users and stakeholders.
- Revise – using the lessons learned and performance information to make informed decisions about what needs to change.
In line with this performance management cycle the partnership manages its progress against the priorities laid out in the City Priority Plan 2011-15. Each priority is managed using Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA) methodology through the production of a quarterly performance report which details the latest position against achieving the priority.
The most recent versions of the performance reports can be downloaded on the right of this page.
For information on how Leeds City Council manages its performance in achieving the priorities laid out in the Council Business Plan 2011-15 using Performance Reports and Directorate Scorecards and to view the latest versions please click here.
If you would like more information on performance management please contact the Corporate Policy and Performance Team on 0113 22 43462.