Accountability and Performance Update – Oct 3-9, 2022

Create a Growth Culture, not a Performance-Obsessed One

Harvard Business Review

C-Suite leaders are focused on how to build higher performance cultures. The irony, we’ve found, is that building a culture focused on performance may not be the best, healthiest, or most sustainable way to fuel results. Instead, it may be more effective to focus on creating a culture of growth.

Evidence 2.0 (Webinar, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 9:30 a.m. Eastern)

Data Foundation/U.S. Office of Management & Budget/Office of Science & Technology Policy

Exploring new approaches for applying evidence in active, real-time decision-making environments. How will evidence generated via data initiatives most effectively be translated into meaningful and appropriate uses for decision-making and policymaking?

Entering the Evidence Promised Land (Chapter 20: Making the Evidence Act a Law)

Bipartisan Policy Center

This chapter by Nick Hart is an insider’s description of how the Evidence Act came about. 

How Nonprofits Can Incorporate Equity into Their Measurement, Evaluation and Learning

The Bridgespan Group

Measuring with equity means incorporating a range of voices and viewpoints, including those with the least traditional power, and putting the challenges and solutions from your community and constituents at the core of how you think about impact

Resource of the Week:  Evidence-Based Policymaking Resource Center

Social Science Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University

This center contains resources regarding the five components of evidence-based policymaking, including briefs exploring their key elements, fact sheets highlighting best practices to approaching each one, and analyses of states and counties implementing them in their jurisdictions.

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