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Unformatted text preview: ITS: A Multilevel View of Criteria for Success Thomas A. Horan, Ph.D. Guest Lecture Introduction to ITS (1.212) Massachusetts Institute of Technology March 30, 2005 Overview ITS Architecture Brief Introduction to Technology, Systems and Institutional Layers ITS Criteria of Success Review of Federal Program Review and Implications for Strategy ITS Directions Toward User Driven, High Performance Systems End-to-End Performance From Architecture to Performance Federal ITS Program Review Fall 2004 Executive Level Concern About the Pattern of Development Technically Defensible Roadmaps, But What Is the Process and Strategy? Adapted a Version of the Balanced Scorecard Tactical and Strategic General Findings Tactical The various ITS initiatives are being undertaken in a logical sequence of effort, but there are some issues as to the timeframe and focus of activities. Strategic While the program focus on initiatives is understood and supported, there is interest in pursuing bigger picture implications of ITS. Federal ITS Recommendations Tactical Recommendation 1: Implement Criteria of Success (COS) for the Nine Initiatives Strategic Recommendation 2: Launch Crosscutting Systems Innovation Initiative 1: Criteria of Success Measures Criteria 1: Evidence on Problem-ITS Match Demonstrate progress in developing evidence about the connection between the transportation problem being addressed and contribution of ITS to that problem Note: Provides opportunity for involvement of research community in producing data and perspectives 1: Criteria of Success Measures Criteria 2: Acceptable Architecture Demonstrate progress in leading, assisting or...
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