Siraj Tahir of Isle Utilities and Kamal Tahir Present–Part 2 of The Big Data Revolution is Expensive. Re-Evolving Your Data is Not. Here’s Why.
When it comes to the “data revolution,” you have two choices. One is to start from scratch. The other is to leverage the strengths of... Read More
Kamal Tahir of Datamyx Presents–Part 1: The Big Data Revolution is Expensive. Re-Evolving Your Data is Not. Here’s Why.
When it comes to the “big data revolution,” you have two choices. One is to start from scratch. The other is to leverage the strengths... Read More
Newton Park Partners Present: The Enterprise Data Hub, an Emerging Concept
Data Management and Analytics are the foundation of IT services: Few areas are undergoing greater change, growth or evolution of capabilities. Almost every month, new... Read More
Cook County Government Presents: Creating a Data Driven Management Culture
Cook County’s Set Targets, Achieve Results (STAR) performance management program is based on the theory that leaders can improve government operations by using data to... Read More
Loyola University’s Quinlan School of Business Presents: Translating Big Data into Business Decisions
The goal of this symposium is to highlight how the value of Big Data is not derived solely from statistics, but from an established business... Read More
Using Performance Data to Revolutionize the Management of Cook County Government, Part 3: The Future
Starting at the end of Fiscal Year 2012 and continuing into Fiscal Year 2013, the Cook County STAR program will further engage with agencies to support the use of performance data as a management tool. The effort will include facilitating internal goal-setting discussions within agencies and departments, as well as training and regular monitoring.
Using Performance Data to Revolutionize the Management of Cook County Government, Part 2: Current State
Each quarter, Cook County officials in the Public Safety, Property Tax, Economic Development, and Healthcare areas submit performance management data and hold meetings to review their progress. The data from the officials is combined with the data from the Offices Under the President and published in a quarterly STAR Report.
Using Performance Data to Revolutionize the Management of Cook County Government, Part 1: An Introduction
Cook County’s “Set Targets, Achieve Results” (STAR) Performance Management program strives to measure, report and manage performance to promote Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle’s four goals: fiscal responsibility, innovative leadership, transparency and accountability, and improved services.