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BUDGETING FOR OUTCOMES Results Teams Present:


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Represent citizens and the results citizens expect Understand the Priorities and identify indicators Develop a Request for Results that includes:

1.  Statement of the Priority as a citizen-based statement 2.  Key Performance Indicators – How do we measure success in relation to the Priority outcome? 3.  Cause and Effect Map – What causes the Priority outcome to happen? 4.  Purchasing Strategies/Ranking Criteria 5.  Statement of Request for Results 6.  Evidence of cause and effect links

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Ask for offers from departments that will influence the Priorities Evaluate and rank the proposals according to their contribution to the Priority Use negotiation and re-ranking to create the best “package” of proposals to recommend that will move Stoughton closer to achieving the Priority

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Team 2

Priority I want to live in a community that has a stable, self-sufficient, local economy.


REQUEST FOR RESULTS


Indicators for Success


Indicator 1: Improved Business Attraction and Retention


Indicator 2: Improved and Strengthened Residential Workforce


Indicator 3: Increase in effective partnerships that address economic needs


Indicator 4: “User friendly” Business Environment


Purchasing Strategies •  •  •  •  • 

Promote initiatives that enable businesses to succeed and anticipate their future needs. Promote programs that attract businesses, provide affordable housing and a successful education system. Encourage business community and city partnerships both within Stoughton and within the regional economy. Understand industry trends, logistics, key location decision milestones and how growth occurs within industry. Develop a focused business consultation process.


Statement of Request for Offers


•  Assist the City in purchasing and developing or •  • 

redeveloping land for business use. Promote Stoughton as a viable and advantageous place to do business. Embrace the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the Vierbicher Economic Development Strategies.


•  Develop and communicate a long-term vision of a sustainable and diversified economy and community. •  Market the unique qualities and strengths of Stoughton to businesses and visitors – Art as business, cultural heritage and strong municipal utilities.


•  Encourage the development affordable,

single-family housing. •  Value and promote lifelong learning opportunities including all levels of education – childhood education, job and career training, continuing education.


•  Leverage, create and support strong local

and regional partnerships that improve economic health. Internal and external collaboration, coordination and communication will be highly valued. Key partnerships could include Stoughton Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Stoughton, surrounding townships, Stoughton Area School District, community organizations, Redevelopment Authority, Stoughton Hospital, Stoughton Arts Council.


TEAM 3 I want to live in a Safe, Healthy and Secure community.


Indicators for Success u  Crime

Indicator u  Fire Indicator u  Citizen Involvement u  Environmental Indicator u  Health Awareness u  Code Enforcement


Purchasing Strategies u  Adequately

maintain the public safety system through technology, enforcement, communication and well-trained, equipped personnel. u  Promote accessibility to health-based outreach, educational and recreational opportunities. u  Maintain facilities, streets and utility infrastructure as a key approach to injury and illness.


Purchasing Strategies Continued u  Advocate

for and engage in community prevention strategies that span multiple generations and vulnerabilities. u  Engage in public and private partnerships that cooperate in promoting citizen-based health and safety opportunities.


RFR Highlights u  Public

Safety

u  Community

Involvement and Partnerships

u  Health

Promotion


TEAM 4       “I  want  to  live  in  a  community   with  a  ci2zen-­‐focused,   well-­‐run  government.”  


Major Indicators   •    •    •    • 

Indicator 1:  Improved  Financial  Stability   Indicator  2:  Improved  Ci=zen  Sa=sfac=on   Indicator  3:  Improved  Employee  Sa=sfac=on   Indicator  4:  Increased  Ci=zen  Par=cipa=on  


Purchasing Strategy  1:    

Maximize effec3ve   leadership  at  all  levels.  


Purchasing Purchasing  SStrategy   trategy  22:  :  

Promote ini2a2ves  that  will   secure  financial  stability.  


Purchasing Purchasing  SStrategy   trategy  33:  :  

Promote or  maximize   effec2ve  communica2on   between  elected  officials,   city  employees  and   ci2zens.  


Purchasing Purchasing  SStrategy   trategy  44:  :  

Maximize efficiencies   through  the   demonstra2on  of  u2lizing   internal  and  external   partnerships.  


Purchasing Purchasing  SStrategy   trategy  55:  :  

To promote  a  common   vision  for  managerial   success.  


Purchasing Strategy  6:  

Promote ini2a2ves  that   allow  and  maintain  a   knowledgeable  and   experienced  staff.  


We are  seeking  proposals  that  will  maximize   effec=ve  leadership  at  all  levels.     We  are  seeking  offers  that  will  promote   ini=a=ves  to  secure  financial  stability.    

We are  seeking  offers  that  will  promote  or   maximize  effec=ve  communica=on  between   elected  officials,  city  employees  and  ci=zens.  


We are  seeking  offers  that  will  maximize   efficiencies  through  the  u=liza=on  of   internal  and  external  partnerships.        

We are  seeking  offers  that  will  promote  strong,   successful  city  management.       We  are  seeking  offers  that  will  promote  ini=a=ves   that  allow  for  and  maintain  a  knowledgeable  and   experienced  staff.    


THE CITIZENS OF STOUGHTON WANT AN ATTRACTIVE, WELCOMING COMMUNITY THAT VALUES ARTS AND CULTURE


TEAM 51 MEMBERS KRISTI HUND RICHARD KITTLESON HOLLEE CAMACHO PAT O’CONNOR MICHAEL STACEY

SCOTT WEGNER BARB VEUM ROGER STRANDLIE SARAH CARLSON


BREAKING DOWN THE PRIORITY ATTRACTIVE COMMUNITY OUR FOCUS IS ON MAINTAINING/ENHANCING THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTIES SUCH AS STREETS, PARKROWS, PATHS, SIDEWALKS, PARKS, BUILDINGS & PROPERTIES.


BREAKING DOWN THE PRIORITY WELCOMING COMMUNITY OUR FOCUS IS ON ENHANCING ENTRANCES OR GATEWAYS OF THE CITY; PARTNERSHIPS; ACCESSIBILITY, WAY-FINDING, WALKABILITY, AND CONNECTIVITY THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY.


BREAKING DOWN THE PRIORITY VALUE OF THE ARTS WE SEEK TO SUPPORT CELEBRATIONS, EVENTS AND PROGRAMS THAT SHOWCASE THE ARTS. THE ARTS ENCOMPASS VISUAL ARTS, LITERARY ARTS AND PERFORMING ARTS – MUSIC, DANCE, THEATER AND FILM.


BREAKING DOWN THE PRIORITY HISTORIC CULTURE OR TRADITIONS WE SEEK TO SUPPORT THE HISTORIC TRADITIONS THAT SHOWCASE THE COMMUNITY SUCH AS THE SYTTENDE MAI CELEBRATION AND STOUGHTON JR. FAIR.


EVIDENCE PROVIDED THE FOUNDATION FOR OUR STRATEGIES: •  Appreciative Inquiry Report •  Comprehensive Plan Survey (2003) •  “First Impressions” Program


ATTRACTIVE, WELCOMING COMMUNITY THAT VALUES ARTS AND CULTURE


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HELP ME!


PLEA S E PU

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•  Public Property Appearance •  Private Property Appearance

•  Arts & Culture •  Park & Open Space Amenities

•  Accessibility

•  Events & Celebrations

•  Citizen Involvement/Interaction

•  Unique Community Identity

•  Public-Private Partnerships

•  Attractive Gateways

•  Effective Communication

•  Defined Neighborhoods

- Image/First Impression - Participation Levels

- Community Engagement - Citizen Satisfaction


PURCHASING STATEGIES 1.  Beautify and maintain the physical aspects of the community with emphasis on the goals, objectives and policies of the Stoughton Comprehensive Plan; 2.  Enrich the lives of residents and visitors especially through Arts, Culture, Parks, Events and Celebrations; 3.  Increase accessibility-connectivity and way-finding throughout the community; 4.  Emphasize partnerships and promote volunteerism to help reduce costs and duplication of services; 5.  Strengthen existing and encourage new cultural and artistic offerings.


Tuesday and Wednesday, April 26 & 27 }  EMS Training Room }  TUESDAY: } 

◦  2 Hour Group Training Session – ALL

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TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY

◦  2 hour individual Dept trainings ◦  Please sign up for a time slot.

Results teams presentation April 2011  

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