Can’t get useful or actionable information from your post-event surveys? It’s time to try a new approach. In-the-moment evaluation helps you get feedback when attendees are most likely to engage – at the event. In this blog post, Eleanor and Laura share guidance on when to take an in-the-moment approach, what methods to use, and the logistics you need to consider.
What does gardening have to do with evaluation? In our latest Vantage Point blog, Patty shares how to grow your impact and cultivate vibrant evaluation habits by thinking about your end goals, resources, and priorities.
We are thrilled to announce that our woman-owned and women-driven company has been chosen as a 2019 Colorado Company to Watch (CCTW)! Colorado Companies to Watch works to recognize the driving economic forces in the state by focusing not merely on growth, but on the true impact and influence of an organization.
Our Meet the Vantage Team series is a way for you to get to know each member of the Vantage team, and why they love what they do. In today’s post, Eleanor shares how her love of communities and natural curiosity fostered a passion for seeking real-world impact through evaluation.
Our Evaluation in the Wild series focuses on popular culture and everyday situations to bring evaluation to life. Who are some of the most important stakeholders to consider when designing a local park? Children. In this post, Morgan shares how her city did just that.
Support and encouragement of evaluation by a board of directors is essential to the growth and stability of nonprofits. In our latest blog post, Elena frames up evaluation in the nonprofit context, with tips for asking productive questions and interacting with results.
As part of our mission to evolve how purpose-driven organizations use and think about evaluation, we meet and advise a lot of emerging evaluators. In this post, Elena provides answers to questions asked frequently over the years.
Our Meet the Vantage Team series is a way for you to get to know each member of the Vantage team, and why they love what they do. Today we feature evaluator Kai Fierle-Hedrick, who uses evaluation to connect diverse program stakeholders, spark critical dialogues, and ensure programmatic and organizational decisions are truly relevant.
With internship season upon us, we wanted to highlight all the great reasons to be an evaluation intern. Our guest blogger (and former intern) Katie George Zehr shares four reasons she loved her internship experience.