Organizational Performance

Organizational Performance

Final Project Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: The performance assessment allows you to gauge the current level at which the criminal justice organization is performing. It will identify areas in which the organization is excelling and areas in which the organization needs improvement. This is the foundation for planning a strategic response to any identified deficiencies within the criminal justice organization.
Prompt: Submit a draft of the performance assessment (Section III: D) of your final project.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
D. Performance Assessment: In this section, you will assess the performance of your selected subdivision in the organization in relation to the mission and goals of the overall organization by performing a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis.
i. Identify the major internal factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance. Justify your identifications. For example, a key internal factors may be the selection criteria for staff or clients.
ii. Identify the major external factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance. Justify your identifications. For example, key external factors may include laws, legislators, and citizen input.
iii. Based on the previously identified internal factors, analyze whether or not the organization is maximizing its strengths and minimizing its weaknesses. Substantiate your claims. For example, consider the areas of the subdivision that have the most impact on success, such as the classification of offenders.
iv. Based on the previously identified external factors, analyze whether or not the organization is maximizing its opportunities and minimizing its threats. Substantiate your claims. For example, consider the areas that are most vulnerable in assuring success and how these can be turned into strengths, such as housing inmates in a reception area to adequately assess their needs, not simply classifying on offense criteria.
Guidelines for Submission:

Performance Assessment: Internal Factors

Identifies the major internal factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance, justifying identifications
Identifies the major internal factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance, justifying identifications, but with gaps in detail, logic, or justification
Does not identify the major internal factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance

Performance Assessment: External Factors

Identifies the major external factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance, justifying identifications
Identifies the major external factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance, justifying identifications, but with gaps in detail, logic, or justification
Does not identify the major external factors that positively and negatively affect the organizational performance
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Performance Assessment: Strengths and Weaknesses

Analyzes whether or not the organization is maximizing its strengths and minimizing its weaknesses based on the identified internal factors, substantiating claims
Analyzes whether or not the organization is maximizing its strengths and minimizing its weaknesses based on the identified internal factors, substantiating claims, but with gaps in detail, logic, or justification
Does not analyze whether or not the organization is maximizing its strengths and minimizing its weaknesses based on the identified internal factors

Performance Assessment: Opportunities and Threats

Explains whether or not the organization is maximizing its opportunities and minimizing its threats based on the identified external factors, substantiating claims
Explains whether or not the organization is maximizing its opportunities and minimizing its threats based on the identified external factors, substantiating claims, but with gaps in detail, logic, or justification
Does not explain whether or not the organization is maximizing its opportunities and minimizing its threats based on the identified external factors

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