Consortium for Organizational Research and Evaluation
Who can benefit?
- Local government • Government organizations • Advocacy organizations • School districts • Regional planning agencies • Arts and cultural organizations • State agencies • Nonprofit organizations • Human service providers • Public authorities • Chambers of Commerce • Neighborhood associations and alliances • Federal government • Philanthropic institutions •Economic/community development corporations
What can an evaluation strategy do for your organization?
- Improve client success • Raise levels of performance • Increase organizational capacity • Improve accountability • Boost funder confidence • Strength case for fundraising • Maximize productivity • Improve collaborations • Ensure a results-focused orientation • Demonstrate achievement
What types of services are available?
- Evaluation research planning, design and implementation • Design of intake processes, program reports, and data collection tools • Performance measurement and effectiveness studies • Client and organizational surveys • Needs assessments • Benefit-cost analysis • Performance management consultation • Focus groups • Third-party monitoring system design • Grant writing assistance • Process redesign • Development of performance indicators • Organizational diagnosis • Strategic planning • Policy analysis • Organizational training on evaluation and research
What is the cost?
A good evaluation strategy is a wise investment. We will work with you to develop a research strategy that fits your budget and organizational needs
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