SRP Results Framework

Objective

The goal of the SRP Results Framework is to measure success of the SRP in December 2011 (implementation mid-point) and December 2012 (end date).

Methodology

Designed holistically with simplicity, achievability, efficiency and effectiveness in mind.

Components / structure

  • 1 Dashboard. The SRP results framework will deliver a dashboard in Q1 2012 and Q1 2013;
  • 1 SRP results framework (annex 1 of baseline report);
  • 4 Core Values;
  • 16 Outcome indicators (4 per Value);
  • 47 Detailed indicators (contribute to the 16 outcome indicators);
  • Detailed indicator definition (annex 2 of baseline report);
  • Core Values Staff survey

Targets and interpretation of results

  • Stakeholders include: Member States, Oversight bodies; external stakeholders; staff , specifically Senior Management Team (SMT) members; and SRP Project Leaders and the SRP Program Management Office;
  • Detailed indicators are a blend of different types, all aimed to measure across the Organization and not one unit specifically;
    • Existing quantitative indicators used where possible, such as aligning with P&B;
    • Existing qualitative goals, such as implementing IT strategy;
    • New quantitative indicators developed for SRP;
    • New qualitative indicators developed for SRP;
  • Each outcome indicator will be given a red-yellow-green status at end of each year, based on the performance of the detailed indicators.

Next steps

The Strategic Realignment Program is now complete. The final data for the SRP Results Framework can be found below.

 

 

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