Assessment varies, depending on the purpose of evaluation.
For grants, there is no need to review By-
A more intensive organizational assessment involves evaluation of all written materials, both internal and those seen by the public. The process may even include satisfaction surveys among all stakeholders, and group and/or individual interviews to determine issues of concern. We focus on processes, structures, and systems, and identify those that require modification or improvement, plus those that are needed but do not currently exist. This is important when we are poised to begin strategic planning and when working with Boards—who are often unaware of inefficiencies and other precise trouble spots within the organization.
While such a process can be anxiety-
To gain a better understanding of the potential scope of a partial or full organizational assessment, please visit our Organizational and Program Development page. How in-