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Performance Management Framework Portal

Welcome to the Performance Management Framework (PMF) for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership.  This portal establishes a robust performance and reporting framework for Community Planning in the city and is the central resource for all things performance.

The PMF consists of four key elements which are interlinked and re-enforce one another; Communications, Data, Evaluation, Health Check.
PMF 4 Key Aspects

Information and resources for each element are contained below:

Communications - Performance Dashboard

Our Performance Dashboard provides visualised and structured performance data on the progress of the Partnership at any given time. The dashboard focuses on the headline performance measures within the Single Outcome Agreement and will be updated regularly.

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Communications - Infographics

We have developed a range of infographics which provide an engaging format using graphical representations, keywords, and concise data to create a summary of Partnership performance. We will update these with new performance data when available.

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Homelessness Thriving Places Partnership Working
     
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Alcohol    Youth Employment    In Work Poverty

Communications - Reporting

We aim to enhance the frequency and depth of reporting around the work of the Partnership. A selection of reports will appear here.

The Glasgow Community Planning Partnership Annual Report 2016 shows the wide range of activities and outcomes from Community Planning in Glasgow. It also highlights some of those activities in more depth in order to illustrate the complexity of some of the challenges faced and also the commitment to meeting those challenges through new ways of working.

The full report can be downloaded at the following link:
pdf icon GCPP Annual Report 2016 [2Mb]
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Data - Open for all

A full range of Performance Monitoring Data which drives the dashboard, informs our infographics and underpins reports is available open for all in the attached excel file. The performance data provides a detailed list of measures that we will use to track the impact of the Partnership across all of our priorities in the years ahead.
spreadsheet_xlsx icon Performance Monitoring Data [1Mb]
PMF Data Front Page This link opens in a new browser window

Evaluation - Programme

The Partnership will instigate a programme of evaluation work to assess the collective success or otherwise of the investment by partners around our shared priorities. We will undertake an initial evaluation programme in 2017. This will take a deep routed look at the extent to which SOA priorities are embedded within partner's strategies and practices over a 10 year period, and also how Partners are shifting resources accordingly. The evaluation will also examine for evidence of a shift to preventative and early intervention approaches. The evaluation programme will be repeated in 2019 and 2024 to examine the evidence of the longer term impact of partner activities on the outcomes and associated measures within the SOA.

Further information on the evaluation programme will be published here when available.

Health Check - Results

A fourth element to assess how we are performing is by examining over time the attitudes, behaviours and opinions of those involved in the Community Planning process to determine how we are working with one another across the Partnership. We will do this by means of an annual "Health Check Survey".

The first Health Check Survey took place in spring 2015, with over 300 responses received from partners either directly or indirectly involved in the Community Planning process in the city. In its second year the survey examines issues such as leadership, vision, communications and delivery of those involved in the partnership.

The full Anonymised results from the 2016 Health Check survey can be accessed below:

spreadsheet_xlsx icon Glasgow Community Planning - Health Check Results 2016 [1Mb]

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The full Anonymised results from the 2015 Health Check survey can be accessed below:
spreadsheet_xlsx icon GCPP Health Check 2015 (Published Results) [1Mb]
PMF Health Check Front Page This link opens in a new browser window