Benchmarking the Parliamentary and Cabinet Affairs Function (13 slides)
What best practices or service innovations have become more prevalent in parliamentary and cabinet affairs?
Parliamentary and cabinet affairs benchmarking template
The parliamentary and cabinet affairs benchmarking tool (13 slides in PowerPoint) provides a summary work plan and template to help compare the delivery and practices of the parliamentary and cabinet affairs function with those of other jurisdictions/ organizations.
The key benchmarking steps are:
- Identify potential organizations to participate in the benchmarking
- Prepare profiles of the benchmark organizations
- Compare delivery models and practices by dimension/criteria
- Summarize the results of the comparisons.
Dimensions and criteria specific to the parliamentary and cabinet affairs function are provided to help compare with parliamentary and cabinet affairs delivery models and practices of other jurisdictions (see preview chart).
Also included are examples of parliamentary and cabinet affairs common/best practices under each dimension as well as five level capability maturity descriptions to assist with the comparisons and help situate your organization relative to common/best practices found in the benchmark organizations.
After you acquire the tool, you will receive an email with a link to download the template (13 slides) in a PowerPoint editable format as well as the Benchmarking Guide (8 pages) in a Word format.
Common/best practices--Parliamentary and cabinet affairs function
Examples of common/best practices for parliamentary and cabinet affairs include:
Assign approval of documents to accountable owner
One-window centre of expertise
Electronic processing and tracking of products
Repository of previous briefings, submissions, responses, etc.
Project reporting tools.