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What’s hindering your organization from implementing effective performance management?
While performance management can be an uncomfortable topic in public health, it doesn’t have to be. Implementing performance management is not easy, but it is necessary for organizational and systems improvement.
In this newly-released book, authors Amanda E. McCarty, and Sonja M. Armbruster, and John W. Moran clarify what public health performance management is and is not. They make a strong case for why it is needed to tackle the long-standing health issues plaguing communities and states. In doing so, they advocate for more thoughtful use of the resources already available in your organization - relying on public health leadership to work with well- trained staff to manage your own organizational performance.
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To be broadly accepted within public health, performance management concepts and models have to be framed and populated with public health examples, and this book offers a wealth of practical insights and case studies that may be immediately applied to public health organizations, from assessing...
To be broadly accepted within public health, performance management concepts and models have to be framed and populated with public health examples, and this book offers a wealth of practical insights and case studies that may be immediately applied to public health organizations, from assessing an organization’s needs, introducing a performance management system to the organization, developing an organization's goals and targets, to implementing sound performance management systems and plans.
If you are a public health leader or employee concerned with maximizing the health impact of scarce resources – you need this book.
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Sonja M. Armbruster is on the faculty of Wichita State University’s Public Health Sciences program, and recently served as Director of the Center for Public Health Initiatives at Wichita State University’s Community Engagement Institute. She previously served as adjunct faculty for the University of Kansas Master of Public Health program. As a consultant for the Public Health Foundation she provides training and technical assistance for state, local and tribal health departments in the areas of performance management systems development, workforce development, and quality improvement since 2011.
John W. Moran