Outcome: Champion Organizational Innovation & Growth
Increase the flow, access, and use of knowledge across the organization and improve opportunities for learning and innovation.
Implement an enterprise learning management system that allows for continuous training and growth development
Information Technologies continue to evolve at a rapid rate, as does the City’s adoption of these technologies to govern and provide services. Mobile technologies and initiatives like Total Workplaceand the paperless office require staff to learn and become fluent in a new “digital” language. In order to support these efforts, ISD implemented a technology training program tailored to departments’ business functions including a comprehensive menu of training offerings for enterprise software programs.
The below metrics track the effectiveness of ISD’s training programs through the Kirkpatrick training model (Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and Results). We are currently evaluating the first two levels of the model Reaction and Learning. The City will evaluate Behavior and Results in later years, as the City’s Learning Management System is adopted and training offerings are expanded.
% of students reporting as confident with the use of the software/tool that they were trained on as a result of receiving this training
This metric intends to evaluate the degree to which professional development participants acquire intended knowledge, skills, and expertise, as well as their perception of confidence in their skills and knowledge as a result of the training.
|Time Period||Metric Value|
|July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019||85%|
|July 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019||82%|
Develop a clear comprehensive smart city definition and strategy
Measuring the effectiveness of the Smart City Working Group ensures there is an appropriate balance of resources, skill set, review, and acceptable levels of risk. The actions of the Smart City Working Group will lead to defined actions that generate value to the community. Over the next year a baseline will be established to compare to future year activities.
In subsequent years, the Smart City Working Group will work to establish a smart city plan focused on innovation that will enhance the City in its current and future state.
% Ideas discussed in Smart City Working Group led to executable action(s)
Measuring the effectiveness of the Smart City Working Group ensures there is an appropriate balance of resource allocation, skill set, review processes, and acceptable level of risk leading to defined actions which generate value to the community. The metrics measure ideation, execution, and impact. This metric will establish a baseline to compare to future years.
|Time Period||Metric Value|
|July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019||50%|
This outcome is part of the Learning, Insight, and Innovation theme City of Santa Monica's IT Strategic Plan.