An overview of Results Based Accountability
Results Based Accountability™ (RBA) is a structured and disciplined way of working for communities and agencies who want to improve the wellbeing of populations and/or the performance of specific programmes or service systems. RBA was developed by Mark Friedman, author of the book Trying Hard Is Not Good Enough.
It is being used worldwide and throughout New Zealand by a range of social service providers, communities, local and central government agencies.
RBA can be a powerful change agent as it quickly moves us from talking about processes, to taking action to achieve results. It works backwards from ends to means by identifying the desired result then determining the 'means' of achieving the result.
Click on the links below for information about Results Based Accountability (RBA).
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Results Based Accountability - Sally Clarkson
RBA is a practical, commonsense measurement tool that can help you describe the differences made by your organisation. Learn how to answer these three Performance Measures: How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is anyone better off?
Date: To be confirmed
Venue: Norman King Community Hub, 65 Pearn Crescent, Northcote
Cost: $50 (Includes a light lunch)
This workshop will take your RBA knowledge to the next level. You will learn how to embed RBA into your organisation and how to choose the right programme results. This training will help you sift through all your measures and indicators to pick the right ones and help you tell your story.
Date/time: To Be Confirmed
Cost: $95 or $170 for both workshops (includes lunch and morning tea)
This is your chance to discuss how RBA can be applied to your organisation’s unique needs and to explore ways of getting the most out of the RBA framework.
Dates: To Be Confirmed
Time: To Be Confirmed
Building Collective Impact with RBA – Workshop (*must have completed RBA 101 training)
*Working together *Shared measurements *Common outcomes
Learn how Results Based Accountability can be used as a shared measurement tool to express the difference made when working together to achieve broad social change.
Workshop dates: To Be Confirmed
Cost: $95 or $250 for all 3 workshops
*Bring along a board member and receive a $50 (would be $200 for 3 workshops).
Mentoring Community Organisations
Mentors are available to work with your organisation to identify your strengths and gaps and develop a plan to build the capability of the organisation.
We are also an approved Mentor for the Ministry of Social Development’s ‘Investing in Services for Outcomes’
For more information or to register, contact Raeburn House:
Phone: (09) 441 8989.
65 Pearn Crescent, Northcote, Auckland 0627 PO Box 36 336, Northcote, Auckland 0748