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With the aid of Results-Based AccountabilityTM, Benchmarks for a Better Vermont helps nonprofits answer three transformational questions about their operations:
- How much are we doing?
- How well are we doing it?
- and – most critically for all of us – Is anyone better off?
Results-Based Accountability is a planning and evaluation framework developed by Mark Friedman, field-tested in Vermont, and outlined in Mark’s classic book Trying Hard is Not Good Enough. Over the past 15 years, dozens of Vermont nonprofits and state agencies have found RBA a powerful, effective tool.
With a results-based approach, top-notch training modules, and a cadre of committed trainers and coaches, Benchmarks for a Better Vermont strengthens the nonprofit sector’s capacity to make significant, sustained improvements in the well-being of Vermont communities and individuals.