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7. Gauging Performance and Impact

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We have a system in place to securely store and manage information
To meet the standard in full, you have an appropriate system in place for storing, managing and analysing the information you collect. Your team members understand the system and use it consistently. Your system produces information that can readily be analysed.
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We regularly assemble and analyse information about our performance
To meet the standard in full, you regularly look at the information you have collected and simplify the results to aid clarity. You ensure that information is analysed with appropriate rigour. As part of this, you look for patterns in the information that show important differences in the experience or effects of your work.
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We make comparisons to help assess the success of your work
To meet the standard in full, you regularly compare results to help you make better judgements about the success of your work. Where possible, you compare results with the situation before you tried to change things (the ‘baseline’ situation), with the things you expected to achieve (your ‘targets’), and with other helpful standards or points of reference (‘benchmarks’).
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We regularly review the difference our work makes
To meet the standard in full, you review evidence regularly as a team. You examine how and why changes have taken place. Where possible you involve a wider group of stakeholders to help sense-checking your findings.
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We reach conclusions about the impact of our work that are based on reasonable assumptions
To meet the standard in full, you give equal weight to positive and less positive findings (including negative outcomes) when making conclusions about your impact. You also consider any changes that are likely to have happened without your work. These include the contribution that other services might have made to the changes, as well as outside factors that are beyond your control.
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