Measurement moves missions.

We help you gather and use the right data to change actions, outcomes and lives.

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We partner with clients to use measurement to change actions, outcomes, and lives.

Our clients advance their missions by focusing on their highest impact performance metrics.

Impact Evaluation

and Planning

We design and conduct program evaluations, assessments, and data-driven action plans.

Our clients quantify unmet needs, tap into new efficiencies, and communicate their impact.



We build high-performing teams with our assessments, workshops and coaching.

Our clients achieve desired results by aligning their mission, culture, and measures.

Data-driven change is not, as many have long thought, a way to make the social sector more like the business sector. Quite the contrary—Impact & Excellence is a manual for using measurement to capture the strengths of mission­-driven organizations, allowing us to do even more good in the communities we serve.

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How to Develop a Sustainable, Data-Driven Culture

New Option for Implementing Performance Measurement to Achieve Increased Social Impact Through Continuous Improvement It’s no secret that high-performing organizations are successful because they are focused and consistently use data to drive strategic decisions...

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MRC to Lead Needs Assessment for Youth Homelessness

Community Shelter Board has been awarded a $6M demonstration grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to reduce youth homelessness in central Ohio. Columbus, OH (August 23, 2018)—Measurement Resources Company (MRC) will lead a needs assessment...

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Organizational Culture as a Predictor of Mission Outcomes

Is the social sector focused on the things that are most predictive of success? And if these organizations are not focused on the right things, how can nonprofit leaders bring their organizations back into alignment?  So often, the urgency to demonstrate results for...

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