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.
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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Measurement Resources is excited to announce its latest community report, Equitable Housing in Central Ohio: Redefining Affordability For All. We invite you to download this new report. We also invite you to join us for a Community Conversation, sponsored by the Human Service Chamber, on October 31. Both the report and event are free and open to all.
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