Proceedings of a Workshop to Review PATH Strategy, Operating Plan, and Performance Measures
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  • ISBN: 978-0-309-10228-5
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The National Research Council's (NRC's) involvement with the Partnership for Advancing

Technology in Housing (PATH) started in 2000 with a three-year review and assessment of the PATH program. The resulting report, Promoting Innovation: 2002 Assessment of the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing, included a series of recommendations regarding the focus of the PATH program's goals and the performance measures used to manage the program and assess progress in its formative years. Subsequently, the Department

of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) asked the NRC to convene a workshop to assess PATH's most recent draft strategy, operating plan, and performance measures to determine their responsiveness to the recommendations in the 2002 Assessment and their suitability for guiding PATH into the future.

This report outlines the workshop discussions, which focused on the three major PATH goals. Workshop participants discussed possible strategies for improving communication among all the players in housing and housing innovation, and commented on a number of questions: Do the goals of the PATH program convey a clear idea of what PATH is trying to achieve? Are the performance measures effective in assessing progress toward the goals? Do the goals and measures provide an adequate indication of innovation in the housing industry? This report concludes with a discussion that focuses on the path forward and how the goals and performance measures could be improved to increase the probability of the success and growth of PATH.

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  • Engineering and Technology — Construction: Design, Research, Planning
  • Engineering and Technology — Policy, Reviews and Evaluations
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National Research Council. Proceedings of a Workshop to Review PATH Strategy, Operating Plan, and Performance Measures. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2006.

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