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Matt Gallagher

President and CEO, Goldseker Foundation

Matthew D. Gallagher serves as the President and CEO of the Goldseker Foundation. Before joining the Foundation in 2013, Mr. Gallagher served as Chief of Staff to Maryland Governor Martin J. O’Malley and was responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the executive branch of Maryland State government.

Prior to his position in Maryland State government, Mr. Gallagher served as Director of CitiStat, Baltimore’s nationally recognized public sector accountability program. Mr. Gallagher has also served as Project Director for the Greater Baltimore Committee, as an assistant deputy mayor in Philadelphia Mayor Edward G. Rendell’s administration, and in educational programs for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Gallagher was born and raised in Baltimore and holds degrees from La Salle University and the University of Pennsylvania. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in public policy and administration at the University of Baltimore and the University of Maryland Baltimore County, as well as lectured at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government.

Mr. Gallagher resides in Baltimore City’s Roland Park neighborhood with his wife, Helene, and their children.

Courses Taught

Course Section: 001
On-Campus Day(s): Friday, Saturday
On-Campus Time(s):

On-campus meetings for Spring 2018 will be on the following Friday mornings (9:30am-1pm) and satruday afternoons (2-5:30pm): January 12-13, February 9-10, March 16-17, April 20-21. 

Online Day(s): Monday
Online Time: 7:45pm-8:45pm
Course Description:

The course will explore the critical role of performance measurement in improving management, particularly for public sector entities. This will include the examination of fundamental principles of performance measurement, the identification and application of different performance measurement techniques and strategies, and the evaluation of best practices within the field. Topics to be covered will include the evolution and adaptation of "Stat-ing" (e.g., CompStat, CitiStat, StateStat), the relationship between performance measurement and financial management, and how performance measurement can be used to inform different analytic techniques.

On-campus meetings for Spring 2018 will be on the following Friday mornings (9:30am-1pm) and satruday afternoons (2-5:30pm): January 12-13, February 9-10, March 16-17, April 20-21.  The class will meet online weekly on Mondays 7:45 to 8:45pm.

The Performance Imperative Spring 2017 On-Campus
Course Section: 001
Day(s): Friday, Saturday
Time: Fri 9:30am-1:00pm; Sat 2:00pm-5:30pm
Hybrid Course: Yes, this class meets On-Campus and Online.
Hybrid Days and Time:

On-campus meetings for Spring 2017 will be on Fridays from 9:30am-1pm on Jan. 13, Feb 17, Mar 17, and Apr 21 and on Saturdays from 2-5:30pm on Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 18, and Apr 22 The class will meet online weekly on TBD.

Course Location: On-Campus
Course Description:

Online Course Fee: $150 (in addition to course tuition and fees)

The course will explore the critical role of performance measurement in improving management, particularly for public sector entities. This will include the examination of fundamental principles of performance measurement, the identification and application of different performance measurement techniques and strategies, and the evaluation of best practices within the field.  Topics to be covered will include the evolution and adaptation of "Stat-ing" (e.g., CompStat, CitiStat, StateStat), the relationship between performance measurement and financial management, and how performance measurement can be used to inform different analytic techniques. 

As the founding directors of CitiStat and StateStat, respectively, Matt and Beth are self-described practitioner of performance measurement that have developed, implemented, and adapted performance measurements systems that revolutionized the management of local and state governments and been replicated around the world.

On-campus meetings for Spring 2017 will be on Fridays from 9:30am-1pm on Jan. 13, Feb 17, Mar 17, and Apr 21 and on Saturdays from 2-5:30pm on Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 18, and Apr 22 The class will meet online weekly on Mondays.

The Performance Imperative Spring 2017 Online
Course Section: 001
Day(s): Monday
Time: TBD
Hybrid Course: Yes, this class meets On-Campus and Online.
Hybrid Days and Time:

On-campus meetings for Spring 2017 will be on Fridays from 9:30am-1pm on Jan. 13, Feb 17, Mar 17, and Apr 21 and on Saturdays from 2-5:30pm on Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 18, and Apr 22 The class will meet online weekly on TBD.

Course Location: Online
Course Description:

Online Course Fee: $150 (in addition to course tuition and fees)

The course will explore the critical role of performance measurement in improving management, particularly for public sector entities. This will include the examination of fundamental principles of performance measurement, the identification and application of different performance measurement techniques and strategies, and the evaluation of best practices within the field.  Topics to be covered will include the evolution and adaptation of "Stat-ing" (e.g., CompStat, CitiStat, StateStat), the relationship between performance measurement and financial management, and how performance measurement can be used to inform different analytic techniques. 
 
As the founding directors of CitiStat and StateStat, respectively, Matt and Beth are self-described practitioner of performance measurement that have developed, implemented, and adapted performance measurements systems that revolutionized the management of local and state governments and been replicated around the world.
 

On-campus meetings for Spring 2017 will be on Fridays from 9:30am-1pm on Jan. 13, Feb 17, Mar 17, and Apr 21 and on Saturdays from 2-5:30pm on Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 18, and Apr 22.

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Contact Information

Fels Institute of Government
University of Pennsylvania
3814 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: (215) 898-2600
Fax: (215) 746-2829

felsinstitute@sas.upenn.edu