• The most serious mistakes are not being made as a result of wrong answers. The truly¬†dangerous thing is asking the wrong question

    Peter Drucker

Evaluation should not be an afterthought, but a foundation upon which successful projects are built. Policy and program improvements are the fundamental functions of effective evaluation. Data monitoring and technology should be maximized to create and operationalize robust, routine and real-time process, impact and outcome evaluation systems for organizations. These systems should be built to increase efficiencies, effectives and return on investment.

Our evaluation experience includes:

  • Developing evaluation infrastructure
  • Organizational and community needs assessment
  • Logic models
  • Process, impact, output and outcome evaluations
  • Indicator, metric, and analytics development
  • Performance management
  • Reporting systems and dashboards