These tools and techniques are designed to help you
apply the Strategic Triangle and performance measurement
model to the management of your agency or unit. We welcome
your feedback. And we would love to hear from you about
what other resources you would find useful in applying
the concepts of the strategic triangle model.
Tips and Tools
Here are some examples of how OUELI alumni have used the Strategic Triangle model.
Why Public Leaders Need to Create Value!
Mark L. Weinberg, Ohio University Bicentennial Colloquia, May 2004
This PowerPoint document is a template that you can
adapt to develop your own presentation. Based on Mark Weinberg's May
2004 Ohio University Bicentennial Colloquia, it has been modified to
service as an outline for a speech or presentation on creating public
value. It is in bullet format with places for you to insert information
specific to your organization. It is not intended as a stand alone document
but rather as a guide for an oral presentation. Use the document in its
entirety or remove and/or add slides as appropriate. When using any slides
from this presentation, please include the citation located on the lower
right side of the slide.
Strategic Triangle and Performance Measurement Model
Print out this graphic and use it to help frame discussion or when you are explaining the strategic triangle framework to colleagues or staff. One program alum has displayed it in her department conference room.
Management Key Questions
A manager or management team can discuss these key questions
on a regular basis (monthly, quarterly) to ensure continuous
attention in each area of the Strategic Triangle. You may find it helpful to modify these or add a few
others in each area to make them more applicable to
your specific operating environment.
a “Balanced Scorecard” Approach to Public
OUELI alums may find this brief article helpful when
talking with colleagues about the strategic triangle
and performance measurement model. It succinctly discusses
the creation of public value utilizing the Balanced