We design, plan and implement performance measurement frameworks and program evaluations for non-profit entities and all levels of government. We are committed to working hand-in-hand with clients toward performance improvement and program renewal.
Performance measurement and evaluation assignments are often wide-ranging in nature and subject matter area, and can range from a few weeks to multiple phases over several years. They can include primary data collection (e.g., key informant interviews, case studies, surveys, focus groups, panels, dyads) and secondary data analysis (e.g., reviews of documents, administrative data or file reviews, literature reviews, bibliometric studies).
Over our 30-plus years in business, we have conducted thorough evaluations of social and economic programs, targeted effectiveness assessments, cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit assessments, client monitoring or satisfaction studies, as well as administrative reviews. These have contributed to performance improvement, greater accountability, have supported stakeholder engagement, as well as strategic decision-making.
Our expertise is vast and covers subject matter areas from justice and social services to healthcare, economic development and labour market transitions, heritage, cultural and sports programming, environmental stewardship and natural resources, to research and innovation and space science – and many others.