Plan to Evaluate Outcomes

 

This worksheet was created by The Denver Foundation's Inclusiveness Project (http://www.nonprofitinclusiveness.org/) to support organizations doing inclusiveness work.

Users are encouraged to customize the worksheet (both content and formatting) to meet the needs of their respective organizations. A Word version is attached. A writable PDF version is also attached.

 

Instructions

  • Discuss the feasibility of evaluating progress toward some or all of the outcomes in the inclusiveness blueprint.
  • Decide which outcomes you will measure, if any, and the measurement tool you will use. A measurement tool is a mechanism or strategy to measure progress toward completing an outcome, such as a survey or a formal evaluation by an external evaluator. Note that you may have more than one measurement tool for a particular outcome.
  • Decide who will be responsible for measuring the outcomes.
  • Record your decisions below.

Outcome

Measurement Tool

Responsible Party

EXAMPLE Outcome 2-A: Personnel

Improve employee morale especially among staff of color.

Baseline employee satisfaction survey to be re-administered every 18 months

Executive Office

Outcome

Measurement Tool

Responsible Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name of Organization __________________________________________

Date Worksheet Completed _________