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Our top tips for successful evaluation in 2019
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Our top tips for successful evaluation in 2019

To ring in the new year, we asked our client management team to share their best advice for successful evaluation so you can start 2019 the right way – setting achievable, insightful and measurable goals.

Taylor Brodie
Taylor Brodie
6 February 2019
6 steps to avoiding survey fatigue
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6 steps to avoiding survey fatigue

Key considerations to ensure you’re not burning your respondents out

Taylor Brodie
Taylor Brodie
6 February 2019
Webinar: Best-Practice Evaluation for Local Government
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Webinar: Best-Practice Evaluation for Local Government

Join us for the first in a series of free, educational webinars produced by Culture Counts

30 January 2019
Five rules of program evaluation for arts and culture
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Five rules of program evaluation for arts and culture

Based on over 2,000 evaluations, we have distilled five rules for conducting best-practice evaluations into a handy cheat sheet available for download.

Alison Lasek
Alison Lasek
24 January 2019
Helping Regional Arts Build Impact
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Helping Regional Arts Build Impact

2 October 2018
Fostering a Culture of Curiosity
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Fostering a Culture of Curiosity

7 September 2018
Culture Counts to provide Arts Council England’s Impact and Insight Toolkit
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Culture Counts to provide Arts Council England’s Impact and Insight Toolkit

6 July 2018
Successful Engagement when Working with a Cohort
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Successful Engagement when Working with a Cohort

We are frequently asked by funders how engagement can be established and maintained across a cohort, particularly when evaluation is something requested of the organisations involved and not self-initiated. While the answer is partly dependent on context, here is a list of the key things we advise to promote and facilitate engagement throughout the evaluation process.

Siân Tattersall
Siân Tattersall
12 June 2018
Decisions based on instinct don't hold up to scrutiny
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Decisions based on instinct don't hold up to scrutiny

Culture Counts CEO, Michael Chappell encourages funders to think about the risks to their budgets involved in supporting community and cultural programs and asks, "Do you have hard evidence to show external parties that the work you support is urgent, important and needs to continue?"

Michael Chappell
Michael Chappell
6 May 2018
Local Government Preferred Supplier
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Local Government Preferred Supplier

3 April 2018