Transportation Performance Management TPM Guidebook and TPM CMM

Transportation Performance Management TPM Guidebook and TPM CMM

Transportation Performance Management TPM Guidebook and TPM CMM Launch Web Room: https:// connectdot.connectsolutions.com/sr500tpmwebroom Toll-Free number: 1-800-683-4564 Access Code: 912454 December 5, 2016

Welcoming Remarks Peter J. Stephanos | FHWA Director, Office of Transportation Performance Management Agenda TPM Overview/Toolbox Purpose

The TPM Toolbox o Q&A TPM Toolbox Demo o Q&A Stakeholder Perspective Conclusion

3 What is TPM? Transportation Performance Management is a strategic approach that uses system information to make investment and policy decisions to achieve national performance goals.

4 TPM Professional Capacity Building Program Goal: to ensure transportation agencies and local partners are prepared to carry out performance-based decision-making Elements: o

o o o o FHWA-sponsored training FHWA-sponsored workshops TPM capacity development pooled fund TPM implementation review survey

Lets Talk Performance webinar series 5 Purpose of the TPM Toolbox 1. Allow agencies to assess current TPM capabilities 2. Outline actions to improve upon current capabilities 3. Provide implementation steps and examples from agencies nationwide

4. Provide a collection of TPM resources 5. Move the TPM state-of-practice forward 6 Why Launch www.TPMTools.org as a Public Beta? 7

The TPM Toolbox Toolbox Elements 9 Implementation Process 1

Assess maturity level 2 5 Iterate and improve

Determine action steps 3 4 Develop/ undertake action

plan Review Implementation Steps 10 TPM Framework

11 TPM Framework 1. Strategic Direction 2. Target Setting 3. Performance-Based Planning 4. Performance-Based Programming 5. Monitoring & Assessment

6. Reporting & Communication A. Organization & Culture B. External Collaboration & Coordination C. Data Management D. Data Usability & Analysis CMM has 10 components with 26 Subcomponents

12 CMM: Capability Maturity Model Purpose Scope

Assess current state of your agency Identify logical set of improvements Show benefit of moving to higher maturity levels Assesses maturity on 1-5 scale For each TPM Component 13

TPM CMM Levels of Maturity Level 1.Initial Definition Ad hoc, uncoordinated, firefighting, champion-dependent 2.Developing

Nominal framework (e.g., organizational roles) being defined and systematic approaches starting to emerge 3.Defined Framework and systems defined but not fully implemented or effectively supporting decision making

4.Functioning TPM practices have been institutionalized, information used to guide actions, data improvements being pursued, basic predictive and tradeoff capabilities in place 5.Sustained TPM will survive across new leadership, managers using performance

information, data effectively managed, and external stakeholders view performance results as useful in promoting accountability and transparency Final 14 TPM Capability Maturity

Self-Assessment Interactive online tool Agencies use to determine their maturity level (15) Results o Maturity level o Actions to move to next level (from CMM) o Excerpts from the guidebook related to Actions

15 TPM Capability Maturity Self-Assessment FHWA use of results o Develop and tailor technical assistance o Identify noteworthy practices and leading states o Monitor emerging TPM trends

FHWA will NOT use to assess compliance 16 Relation to Other Frameworks and Tools TPM Guidebook

Focuses on how rather than what Implementation steps and related agency examples Self-contained and modular Note: not intended for regulatory compliance 18

TPM Guidebook Fact Sheets 19 Practitioner Consortium Database of public agency employees with TPM expertise To be used by FHWA/FTA and state agency staff to identify experts

Dynamic filtering ! n o o s g n

i Com 20 TPM Resources Compilation of NCHRP, SHRP2, FHWA, and others Provide additional detail and background for 10 TPM Components

Categorized by Component, TPM area, and resource type 21 Questions? 22

Site Demonstration 23 TPM Toolbox Homepage 24 TPM Toolbox Homepage

25 TPM Guidebook 26 TPM Guidebook: Component 1

27 Component Navigation 28 Section Navigation 29

Section Navigation 30 Section Navigation Send us feedback on the navigation menus!

31 Self-Assessment Homepage 32 Short Self-Assessment

33 Short Self-Assessment 34 Long Self-Assessment 35

Long Self-Assessment 36 Self-Assessment Results 37

Self-Assessment Results 38 Self-Assessment Results 39 TPM Resources

40 TPM Resources 41 TPM Consortium

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o C 42 Questions? 43

Stakeholder Perspective 44 Stakeholder Perspective Stakeholders Input Best Practices Applicable to all Agencies Business Model

Collaboration Beyond FAST Act/ MAP-21 45 Workshop Planning Executive Buy-in Area(s) of Focus Identification of Participants Workshop Framework

Coordination Calls Self Assessment prior to Workshop TPM CMM Introduction Webinar 46 TPM Framework 47

Workshop Planning Executive Buy-in Area(s) of Focus Identification of Participants Workshop Framework Coordination Calls Self Assessment prior to Workshop TPM CMM Introduction Webinar 48

During the Workshop Agency Specific Assessment Results Interactive Agenda o Mixed Agency Breakouts o Agency by Agency Breakouts Agency Specific Action Plans Two Things Needed

Two Things to Contribute 49 Benefits Usable by Any Agency Best Practices Action Plans Workshop Collaboration

50 Next Steps Explore the Tool o Guidebook o Self-Assessment o Provide beta feedback Determine Scope of Use at your Agency

o Develop Prioritized List of Components Request a Workshop Review Periodically 51 Wrap-up 52

Features Under-development in December Enhanced Save/Print Assessment Results Practitioners Consortium Changing navigation menus to component name rather than "Component x Ability to label and save assessments by Performance Area Other user interface refinements

53 TPM Self-Assessment Workshops/Peer Exchanges (to-date) Peer Exchanges May 2016 :TPM Data Management Self-Assessment Workshops August 2016: Missouri (Data Management and Data Usability)

September 2016: Michigan (Target Setting and Monitoring and Adjustment) October 2016: AMPO Annual Meeting (Safety Target Coordination) November 2016: Tennessee (Safety Target Coordination) o December 2016: New Mexico (Strategic Direction and PBPP) o January 2017: Arkansas (Target Setting and PBPP) o More to come in 2017!! 54

Request TPM Capacity Building Assistance TPM Capacity Building Program o http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/tpm/tpmrequest/ Training opportunities TPM Workshops and Peer-to-Peer assistance Sign-up for the TPM Newsletter Explore WWW.TPMTOOLS.ORG!

55 Contacts FHWA o Michael Nesbitt, Office of TPM: [email protected] Spy Pond Partners o Scott Richrath: [email protected]

o Chris Plano: [email protected] 56

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