Data-driven decisions in the workforce system is the new norm. Gone are the days when simply meeting federal reporting requirements was enough, especially under WIOA.
Managing programs for continuous improvement requires that agencies have access to performance information that is timely, accurate, and easily accessible for the non-technical using the latest in Business Intelligence and Web technology that can be delivered at significant cost savings. Agencies should focus on what their performance data is telling them and not about how and if they can get access to the information needed to answer program and policy performance questions.
This session will highlight the use of our Performance Matters application service in a client state. We'll explore what data it handles, where does it come from, how does it get into the performance system and how it is utilized by end users. We'll even dive into some performance data for select attendees using their own data to put it all in proper context. We'll discuss how we're already talking WIOA data and what it means to our client's performance management systems as we make the transition. You'll leave the session with a solid understanding of how, for the past 15 years, we've helped our federal, state and local board clients dive into performance data.
Sessions are complimentary.Seating is limited.
Our job is to pay close attention to workforce system performance. Every day our development team and technical assistance experts closely monitor the reporting and analysis requirement landscape. As WIOA is implemented, we'll tweet the latest from our shop.
Hosted Web apps for the reporting and analysis of workforce development programs... it's all we do.
Learn more about our 3 application service tiers and how they can help your agency's performance and continuous improvement.
Would you like to see any or all of the Performance Matters Web apps in action? Here's the current Drop-In Demo schedule. Can't make one of these dates? No problem. Tell us when would work for you.
April 14, 16, 21, 23; May 12, 14