"This offline tool is to be used by health care providers, including hospitals and clinics, to conduct organizational assessments of their cultural competence. It is particularly useful for services involving racially and ethnically diverse populations. The protocol's questions are organized according to four cornerstones of cultural competence: a health care organization's relationship with its community; the administration and management's relationship with staff; inter-staff relationships at all levels; and the patient/enrollee-provider encounter.
The Progressive Technology Project (PTP) has developed an ambitious set of programs to strengthen and meet the divergent needs of diverse grassroots community-led organizing groups using technology to advance their efforts. To that end, PTP developed an self-assessment tool that will help organizations think about what they do and how technology can support their work.
This self-assessment tool is comprehensive and evaluates the organization aspirations (mission and vision), strategy, organizational skills (including planning and fundraising for instance), human resources (board, staff, volunteers, etc.), systems and infrastructures, culture, etc. This tool is found in appendix of the report on Effective Capacity Building in Nonprofit Organizations. The full report is available at www.vppartners.org.
This comprehensive offline assessment tool will help any non-profit assess its performance with regard to the following areas: mission and vision; strategic planning and evaluation; programming; community participation; advocacy/public relations; marketing; financial health and planning, monitoring and reporting; fundraising; governance/board management; human resources; information technology systems; facilities management. Larger organizations will find the tool useful to identify strenghts and weaknesses.
"This user-friendly guide (download the pdf on the website) has been designed to help frontline healthcare workers use data collected at their health facility to solve common problems in service delivery and improve their response to community needs. It is intended for doctors, nurses, and midwives in both community health centers and rehabilitated district health centers. The overall aim of the guide is to promote greater use of existing data in delivering health services.
This link directs you to the Rubric for Reform Implementation Tool. Initially designed for the implementation of the Quebec Education Program (QEP), this tools can be used by any school that is implementing a reform. The tool has been developed to help schools and school boards monitor their progress in implementing curriculum reform.