We offer two key services, both of which aim to provide clients with clear research evidence to help them make sound decisions about their programs and initiatives:
- Program evaluation – assessing what works, for whom, and why, as well as determining whether the desired outcomes of a program or initiative are being achieved.;
- Social research – designed to explore issues, concerns or ideas amongst stakeholders and communities. This typically includes researching motivations and barriers for behaviour, as well as perceptions and attitudes and the testing of ideas.
In our program evaluation and social research services we know how to ask the right questions of the right people, design appropriate research tools and use the most effective techniques. We are able to find clarity and meaning in complex data and present findings in clear, succinct, plain English reports. We provide strategic advice based on sound evidence that helps clients reduce their risks when making important decisions about their initiatives.