• Category: Evaluation, Reporting
  • We’ve all heard the warning when it comes to lengthy evaluation reports – make sure it’s useful or it will end up in a dark corner of the office, collecting dust on a shelf, never to be seen again…

    Here’s the thing, we’re not here to make your life difficult. At Health in Common, we…

  • March 1, 2021
  • Sara
  • Category: Data Management, Reporting
  • The need for staff buy-in should never be underestimated when it comes to collecting quality data. Working with organizations to creatively engage staff in data collection processes is a challenge that I enjoy.

    When completing a mixed-methods evaluation of Wayfinders’ Cross-Cultural Service-Learning Initiative, we worked with management to develop a…

  • September 2, 2020
  • Andrew
  • Category: Reporting
  • One-pagers are a great way to quickly and effectively share stories and findings. If done well, they are a bite-sized, visually appealing document that supports a key message or takeaway.

    Before you start communicating findings with a one-pager, it’s important to ask yourself two questions…

  • August 4, 2020
  • Sara
  • Category: Reporting
  • Have you ever been asked to take a “quick” look at an evaluation report before a meeting? There you are, reading p.25 of sized 12 Times New Roman font … eyes slowly closing … only 5 more pages to go…

    Don’t get me wrong, that long report has value. Maybe it provides…

  • July 6, 2020
  • Cassie