Low Cost, High Impact Dashboards: Part 2

This blog post is a collaboration between Elizabeth Grim and Laura Sundstrom (posted on both of our sites), based on our presentation at the 2016 American Evaluation Association conference in Atlanta, GA. The presentation, entitled “Low Cost, High Impact: How to Create Dashboards on a Budget,” focused on basic dashboard design principles and provided detailed… Read More Low Cost, High Impact Dashboards: Part 2

Low Cost, High Impact Dashboards: Part 1

This blog post is a collaboration between Elizabeth Grim and Laura Sundstrom (posted on both of our sites), based on our presentation at the 2016 American Evaluation Association conference in Atlanta, GA. The presentation, entitled “Low Cost, High Impact: How to Create Dashboards on a Budget,” focused on basic dashboard design principles and provided detailed… Read More Low Cost, High Impact Dashboards: Part 1

Evaluation and Social Work: Are they really the same thing?

When you think of a social worker, what do you typically think of?  The stereotypical image is often a state worker who takes people’s children away. Or the suffering non-profit worker who is drowning under a massive caseload and limited funding. Both of these can be true. But social work is so much more. As… Read More Evaluation and Social Work: Are they really the same thing?