Development (click to expand)
The Developing Performance Framework was developed in partnership with the Queensland Teachers Union (QTU), Queensland Public Sector Union (QPSU), Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union (LHMU), Principal's Associations and the Queensland Parents and Citizens Association.
Pilot (click to expand)
A pilot was conducted from June 2006 to June 2007, to ensure the suitability and flexibility of the Developing Performance Framework. The framework was piloted by a representative sample of employees from schools, work units and employee groups across Education Queensland.
Before the integration process, each school and work unit examined its current developing performance practices and systems. This enabled team leaders and managers to strategically plan how the framework would align with the aims and objectives of their workplace.
Pilot participants then attended an initial information session to further establish the link between the framework and their current workplace practices. Following this, team leaders attended a training session where they accessed tools to assist them in integrating the framework into day-to-day practice.
Throughout the integration of the framework, feedback was gathered using one-on-one interviews, focus groups and online surveys. In this feedback, participants indicated strong support for the Developing Performance Framework as a key process to help them establish a performance culture within their workplace. The role of the team leaders was also identified as crucial in driving the integration of the framework and ensuring that a performance culture became embedded within their workplace.
To find out more information and the key findings of the developing performance pilot, read:
This report presents key findings and recommendations from the research conducted during this first phase of state-wide implementation, beginning on October 2007 and concluding on December 2008. This phase extended the pilot to include:
This page was last reviewed on 08 Jun 2011