Monitoring and evaluation can support a project throughout its lifetime; from planning monitoring activities, to gathering data and reporting insights.
We have a strong track record of implementing customised monitoring and evaluation solutions for a range of different organisations, government departments and industry bodies, mostly within the New Zealand’s primary industries.
Begins with a robust framework
Provides our clients with a clear plan to measure progress
Ensures the right data is being efficiently gathered
Utilises a range of research methodologies
Produces insights to help our clients improve their projects and make decisions.
Throughout a project's lifetime
"Because of Scarlatti's proactive approach, on more than one occasion we got a much better outcome than we had thought possible.”
Portfolio Manager, Food and Fibre CoVE
Scarlatti undertook the review of the initial GoDairy campaign identifying a range of strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement; many of which have been implemented into the latest campaign.
We work with our clients to write formal evaluation plans to guide monitoring and evaluation activities.
We develop intervention logic models, that depict how initiatives will achieve their long term goals. Typically, these form the basis of our evaluation plans.
We collect evaluative data (both qualitative and quantitative) using a range of different research methodologies, including literature reviews, interviews, surveys and case studies.
We undertake qualitative and quantitative analysis to garner insights from our evaluative work.
We work with our clients to understand their reporting needs, and which reporting formats will best meet these needs. We utilise a range of methodologies, including written reports, infographics and PowerBI dashboards.
Contact Scarlatti’s Monitoring and Evaluation Lead Karen Mitchelmore to discuss your needs.