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UTS Key Performance Indicators

target The primary purpose of the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Framework is to support management decision making within the University. It seeks to provide Council, the Executive and senior management with informative insights into how UTS is performing as a whole against its strategic planning framework and how it is likely to perform in the future.

UTS evaluates its performance against the KPIs biannually.

KPI Framework

The framework incorporates 22 university-wide KPIs over five interdependent performance domains, which map directly to the strategic plan.  A diagram of the KPI framework is below.

The domains are:

• UTS reputation
• Learning and teaching
• Research performance and standing
• University environment and engagement
• Organisational sustainability and capability

The UTS Final Performance Report 2013 and the UTS Final KPI Scorecard 2013 are available below (staff access only). 

UTS Key Performance Indicator Framework (click on the image to view a bigger version)

 Diagram of UTS Key Performance Indicators across five performance domains

Annual Performance Report

The UTS Performance Report shows performance against the KPIs and the strategic plan. Twice a year, a preliminary report and a final report, with updated data, is prepared.

The UTS Final Performance Report 2013 is available. This was presented to Council in June 2014.

The UTS Final KPI Scorecard 2013 was also presented to Council. 

For more information...

Contact  Michael Rothery  Manager, Strategic Intelligence Team x3127