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5. Using Performance Measures

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We know what information we need to prove that our work makes a difference
To meet the standard in full, you have identified what information you need to test, support or refine your understanding of the way your work brings about change. This information is able to show whether or not you are making good progress towards the difference you planned to make.
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We have identified performance measures that are relevant to our work
To meet the standard in full, you have looked in ‘indicator banks’ for relevant performance measures and considered indicators used by others in your area of work. You have taken into consideration what matters most to your stakeholders, and adopted indicators that are consistent with the change you seek to make.
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We have performance indicators that relate to our planned outputs and outcomes
To meet the standard in full, you have chosen indicators that are most likely to show the progress you are making. You have included indicators that show the difference you make (‘outcome indicators’) as well as those that show the amount or type of work you do (‘output indicators’).
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We have considered performance measures that express the value of our work in monetary terms
To meet the standard in full, you have examined whether it is helpful to show the financial benefits of your outcomes (using approximate financial values, often called financial ‘proxies’). Where you have chosen to use financial proxies, these are used sparingly, taken from credible sources, and are acceptable to others as showing the cost savings of your work or the value for money your work provides.
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We have selected performance indicators that are specific and measurable
To meet the standard in full, you have only chosen indicators that provide precise and reliable information, and which show progress over a reasonable length of time. Your indicators focus on changes that you can observe and measure.
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