Are you interested in learning about results-based accountability for your organization or group? RBA uses a data-driven, decision-making process to help communities and organizations get beyond talking about problems to taking action to solve problems. It is a simple, common sense framework that everyone can understand. RBA starts with ends and works backward, towards means. The “end” or difference you are trying to make looks slightly different if you are working on a broad community level or are focusing on your specific program or organization.

The population versus performance distinction is what separates RBA from all other frameworks. It is important to understand because it determines who is responsible for what. Population accountability organizes our work with co-equal partners to promote community well-being. In contrast, Performance Accountability organizes our work to have the greatest impact on our customers. What we do for our customers is our contribution to community impact.

To request more information or a presentation for your organization, contact Whitney at our office (740) 223-4040 or gherman.12@osu.edu.

RBA Guide: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1u6KTBNlr1hiAI3tvOKL2pzdw-AP2aDzs