Performance Management Helps You!
As soon as the Network is funded….Please stay tuned!
Membership to the Nonprofit Performance Management Consultant Network is now open to the public! The Network invites consultants, nonprofits, and funders to join us as we strengthen the human service sector’s […]
The Nonprofit Performance Management Consultant Network is pleased to release its Report to propose a shared framework for performance management consultation. Our hope is that funders, nonprofits, and consultants will […]
What People Are Saying…
“Performance management is a way of life. It’s a culture. We need to hold ourselves accountable and better understand where we are doing well and more importantly, not so well… because we owe it to young people. If we are asking young people to change, we too need to change. Data is not just data; they are stories that inform us of this change process.”
Molly BaldwinExecutive Director, Roca, Inc.
“Our consultant helped us to shift the culture here, we couldn’t have done it without the process. Because the process helped us align and build agreement among our stakeholders about the changes we needed to make, it empowered us to implement changes we … had been afraid to make. The process … helps organizations figure out where they want to go and how to get there. Organizations should understand that this is an organizational change process.”
Maria Dominguez GrayExecutive Director, Phillips Brooks House Association
“You are driving for the truth about organizations regarding their mission achievement. You are helping them become very clear about where they succeed and where they are failing. This work represents a challenge to the nonprofit sector to restructure its priorities around mission achievement for the benefit of clients – rather than marching to the tune of funders with all their particular ideas, needs and requirements.”
David HunterPrincipal, Hunter Consulting
“At the Tauck Family Foundation, we believe that data collection is only helpful if it can be used for continuous improvement in day-to-day practice. In other words, we support our investees to not only collect data, but also analyze and use data to improve their ability to serve their students so that they may better benefit from Social and Emotional Learning efforts.”