OPT regularly interviews state employees about how their jobs
are transforming the state of Michigan. Watch the video below for
a recent example.
The Office of Performance and Transformation (OPT) promotes continuous improvement, uniform understanding, and interagency sychronization across state
agencies by leveraging shared purpose, enhanced processes, and empowering people.
Check out OPT's FY18 Annual Report, which includes an overview of OPT's journey in FY18, highlights of accomplishments, interactions with organizations outside the State of Michigan, and recommendations
The Office of Good Government (OGG) creates and shares leading practices to transform the culture and performance of the executive branch. The Office of Internal Audit Services (OIAS) enhances and protects organizational value by providing departments with risk-based, objective and reliable assurance, advice, and insight.
The Office of Interagency Initiatives (OI2) achieves strategic outcomes identified by the Executive Office through an accountability framework that promotes interagency collaboration and shared understanding.
The Office of Regulatory Reinvention (ORR) simplifies Michigan’s regulatory environment by reducing obsolete, unnecessary, and burdensome rules that limit economic growth. The Office of Continuous Improvement (OCI) leverages Lean techniques to help State of Michigan employees improve their work and improve citizens’ experience with state government.
OPT tracks customer satisfaction and employee engagement. See our scorecard.
OPT was selected as the subject of "Relentlessly Engaged," a Harvard case study developed for the 2018 National Association of State Chief Administrators Institute of Management and Leadership in Omaha, NE.