Tag Archives: perfmeas
Posted on 14. Nov, 2009 by Andrew.
Thanks for your comments; it’s clear that you are very passionate about the state of education in Washington, D.C. I welcome this kind of dialogue on the blog, and am glad that you have contributed. While I absolutely hear your points, I remain committed to my claim that Ms. Rhee is a public innovator. The […]
Posted on 04. Nov, 2009 by Andrew.
Nonprofit performance measurement (also known by the names evaluation, metrics, outcomes, and logic models, among others) seems to be on the tip of everyone’s tongues these days. The ‘measurement movement’ is not new – some might say it started well over a decade ago when the logic model came into fashion. What’s new today is […]
Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by Andrew.
There is a debate going on about how to identify and invest in the highest-performing nonprofits – with a great emphasis on randomized control trial (RCT) studies. The RCT, a research methodology that involves randomly selecting subjects from a larger test group to receive an experimental product or service, is undoubtedly a rigorous way of […]