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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