Helping you map out a successful impact study or audience development process
If you’re thinking of embarking on an audience research project or a major evaluation, it’s important to start with the right research framework.
We recommend using a co-design methodology to map out the opportunity and get clear on the vision before you invest in sending a survey.
Why design a framework?
Engage key internal (and external, if appropriate) stakeholders an ensure ownership
Agree on what success looks like (cheesy, but critical)
Map out the program logic or theory of change behind your work
Brainstorm your research questions and prioritise the most important ones
Develop an appropriate and efficient methodology that is going to work for you and your participants.
Who is it right for?
Promising programs that are delivering exciting benefits, but lack robust evidence of impact
Program Directors and Managers ready to become thought leaders and share knowledge nationally and internationally
Initiatives with lapsing funding, when it’s time to take stock of what’s been achieved, and explore what’s needed next.
Planning and desktop research to review the literature and analyse your existing datasets
Co-design process to map out a theory of change or program logic, and design the evaluation framework in collaboration with key staff and stakeholders
Fieldwork to collect new data from your stakeholders and participants, including interviews and a database survey
Analysis and reporting of all available data, workshopping the findings and presentation of the results in a high quality publication.
What you’ll get:
1-page theory of change model
20-page PPT presentation
30-page report for external publication
1 page infographic
5-page operational report for internal use.
Co-design the method with your stakeholders
Position in relation to the literature and current ‘best practice’
Skill up your team in Evaluation Foundations as a part of the project
Co-author the report with our research team.
Ready to take the first step?
Download an information pack below, or head to the contact page to book your free one-hour consultation.