Metrics that matter: nonprofits everywhere are being told by both funders and contracting organizations that they must provide evidence their work is producing desirable results. But developing sound performance measures isn’t easy. It can give rise to many questions, such as:

  • What results are most important?
  • What If some key results are intangible, not readily measured?
  • What role should the board play in developing or guiding the development of a measurement regime?
  • Who should be responsible for establishing, then updating the right metrics?
  • How to communicate results in a manner that leads to constructive discussion and implementation of changes that may be needed?

​​We’re experienced in dealing with these and related questions. Acting as both coaches and guides we can help you to implement the measurement system that will satisfy the most demanding funder or contracting organization.