Our studies can cover a wide range of topics. We have explored ethical decision-making in human service organizations, how to best serve clients whose first language is not English and pioneering housing options. Our studies usually include a research or investigative component and a final report that can be widely circulated.
Reviews tell you how things are working currently. Some stop there, while others go on to identify what could be changed to make the situation better. Reviews can be organization-wide, encompassing both Boards of Directors and Operations or they can address a particular aspect of organizational effectiveness such as staffing structures.
When we undertake a review, we research the organization (and others like it), obtain stakeholder input through focus group sessions with various stakeholders with one-on-one interviews and surveys, and produce a final report. Our reviews offer third party objectivity to ensure they are constructive and equitable.
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