Are you interested in learning how local governments are using data and information to guide decision making? Join your peers for this two-part webinar series on performance analytics.
On May 2, we will showcase What Works Cities and highlight three localities selected for the program. What Works Cities in a national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve services, inform local decision making and engage residents. The What Works Cities standard reflects a set of aspirations and activities that create a strong foundation for cities and includes four components: commit, measure, take stock and act.
During the one-hour webinar you will hear an overview from Zach Markovits, Director of City Programs with What Works Cities. And, presenters from the City of Charlotte, North Carolina, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Scottsdale, Arizona will share their organizations journey with you including how they got started, what their work encompasses, what were their challenges and lessons learned.
Cost: Menbers ($49) / Non-Members ($99)
Webinar Times: This is a LIVE webinar event. at 12:00PM – 1:00PM ET, 11:00AM – 12:00PM CT, 10:00AM – 11:00PM MT, 9:00AM – 10:00AM PT. (Note: Arizona local air time is 9:00AM – 10:00AM)
Part 2: A Deeper Dive into Performance Analytics for Local Governments
Stay tuned for Part 2! Register for the May 2 session and we will provide you a 40% discount on Part 2 featuring the work from Dr. Kevin Desouza, Arizona State University and the Alliance for Innovation on benchmarking performance analytics, specifically looking at how local governments are using data to increase operational efficiencies, tackle complex problems and develop innovative programs to address real challenges. Dr. Desouza will share the maturity model developed based on his research identifying stages an organization progresses through to achieve increased sophistication in the execution of performance analytics.
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