Measuring success of schemes and interventions
We are able to offer a number of different evaluation services for different sectors across the globe using our specialist knowledge.
Evaluation is the linchpin of success, and the value of robust evaluation cannot be overstated. At Agilysis, we recognize that interventions, schemes, and educational endeavours are not just about implementing change—they are about creating lasting impact.
Evaluation serves as the litmus test, providing a comprehensive understanding of the effectiveness of interventions. By measuring outcomes against predefined objectives, we gain insights into what works, allowing for informed decision-making and continuous improvement, fostering a culture of continuous learning. It goes beyond simply judging success or failure; it encourages an understanding of the nuances that drive improvement. This knowledge is invaluable for refining strategies and planning future initiatives.
Every intervention demands resources, and an effective evaluation ensures they are deployed efficiently. By assessing the return on investment, we guide our clients in optimizing resource allocation, maximizing the impact of their initiatives identifying areas for long-term success, creating a roadmap for ongoing initiatives that stand the test of time.
We believe that the true measure of success lies in the dedication to robust evaluation. Through thorough evaluation, we elevate the impact of interventions, schemes, and education, ensuring that every effort contributes meaningfully to the betterment of society.
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Evaluation is an essential part of the design and delivery of safety schemes. Good quality evidence of why a scheme is successful is essential for ensuring continuation. With strong evaluation results, practitioners can convince stakeholders why a scheme should be delivered and funded.
It not only allows the examination of the efficacy of schemes and interventions but also how it can be improved to better meet the objectives. It can also demonstrate whether there are any additional benefits to the intervention as well as ensuring that the intervention does not do any harm or have unexpected negative consequences.
An independent, impartial evaluation lends weight to arguments about value for money and whether an intervention should continue, should be adapted or should be ceased.
- Do no harm
- Measure impact and value for money
- Identify Improvements
Client success stories
Agilysis has a strong team with a range of evaluation skills, from design selection and objective setting, through to behaviour change technique coding. Our experts work with clients to ensure that the most appropriate design and methods are employed. This provides a high degree of flexibility and means that evaluations can be tailored to the scheme’s needs.
Evaluating interventions for motorcycle users for National Highways East region
Evaluating 20mph trial in Kent