Is traditional budgeting driving department silos and deprioritizing innovation? It’s time to regain control of our city budgets. Join Andrew Kleine and Kevin Knutson on May 7th to learn how your city can make the switch to outcome-based budgeting and performance management to achieve new outcomes now.
Author of “City on the Line,” Andrew Kleine will share his passion for OutcomeStat, a process that completes the city performance circle by connecting strategic planning, budgeting and accountability for outcomes. He’ll explain how to eliminate waste by redirecting taxpayer dollars to purchase results that achieve priority outcomes.
You’ll also hear from Kevin Knutson, VP of Customer Success at Envisio, who will explore how 80+ cities are using cascade planning to align strategic and operational plans with the budget, performance analytics to tie measures to outcomes, and public dashboards to drive innovation and build trust with citizens.
Watch this 1-hour complimentary webinar to explore how to:
- Foster a culture that fuels innovation
- Start your city planning and budgeting by prioritizing outcomes
- Develop performance metrics to align budget with outcomes
- Reward programs, not departments, that get proven results
- Align staff actions to foster collaboration and draw out innovation
By getting the most out of every taxpayer dollar, high performing governments are doing great things. Let’s talk! Join the conversation with Outcome Budgeting pioneer Andrew Kleine and city performance management expert Kevin Knutson.
Duration: 1 hour
Host: Kevin Knutson, VP of Customer Success, Envisio
Guest Speaker: Andrew Kleine, Chief Administrative Officer, Montgomery County
Andrew Kleine, Montgomery County Government, MD
Andrew Kleine is a nationally recognized leader in budgeting for outcomes, long-term financial planning, lean government, and pension and health benefits reform. He received the 2016 National Public Service Award from the American Society for Public Administration and the National Academy of Public Administration. Author of “City on the Line: How Baltimore Transformed its Budget to Beat the Great Recession and Deliver Outcomes,” Andrew served as Baltimore’s budget director from 2008 to 2018, after nearly 15 years of federal government service that included budget and policy positions in the U.S. Department of Transportation, White House Office of Management and Budget, and Corporation for National and Community Service. Andrew now serves as Chief Administrative Officer for Montgomery County, Maryland.
Kevin Knutson, Envisio Solutions
As VP of Customer Success, Kevin Knutson works with over 80 local government agencies to support their strategic planning and performance management success with Envisio. He is recognized as a national expert in local government management consulting and has more than 20 years of experience in local government, including strategic planning, budgeting, performance measurement and community relations. He has served as Interim City Manager and Assistant City Manager in Reno, Nevada, and as Budget and Strategic Planning Manager in Coral Springs, Florida.