Our interest in "Performance Assurance" was stimulated by the TAG IoT conference in 2017 where the concept of Automobile Assurance was introduced by one of the speakers.
Automobile "Assurance" may replace Automobile "Insurance." The concept as it applies to automobiles relates to assuring that an automobile will not be in an accident (collision avoidance) nor be stolen (driver authentication.)
We are interested in applying the ALO to Workforce Readiness and "Learning" to assure the intended performance outcomes - hence: Performance Assurance - the intentional commitment to business outcomes.
The ALO was designed to represent the mindset and toolset to enable Performance Assurance. Using the ALO and adapting the ALO will create the necessary skillset.
What obstacles and successes have you had - or anticipated related to Performance Assurance?
I've been asked to provide a concise, actionable definition of what Georgia LEARNS means by expressing "Performance Assurance."
Performance Assurance: The intentional design, development and deployment of a business solution using the ALO(sm) mindset, toolset and skillset that results in a "performance product" for which the design, development and deployment teams are accountable for the successful use of the "performance product" every time it is used.
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My understanding of "Performance Assurance" has been accelerated and influenced by learning about how the healthcare industry has been responding to (VBR) Value-Based Reimbursement.
This "August 18" series of articles contains significant insights for understanding, adaptation and adoption within healthcare.
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