We are a multidisciplinary research centre based in Massey University. SHORE (Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation) and Te Ropu Whariki work together in partnership. We have a track record in excellent research and evaluation and we are passionate about providing evaluation which helps people make change for the better and provides evidence of how people are better off.
Evaluation Works is Rae Torrie and Robyn Bailey. We deliver evaluation and research services, undertake evaluation capability building, and design outcome measurement systems and evaluation and monitoring frameworks. We are passionate about understanding and demonstrating the difference that programmes or services make and working to support resilient people and communities.
Dr David Turner is an independent evaluation practitioner based in Wellington, New Zealand. He has worked in New Zealand for over 20 years, on a range of policy areas. He designs and manages research and evaluation projects, often in collaboration with other research providers.
We are New Zealand based, Pacific focused, research and evaluation specialists helping to build lasting value within the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. We have extensive experience in research, evaluation and consulting spanning more than 30 years. We add value through our ability to analyse complex information and produce useful findings for our clients.
A social sector specialist, Iain Matheson provides independent research and evaluation consultancy services for, and with, government agencies and NGOs. Central to his work is helping social sector organisations to better understand their effectiveness, and achieve, evidence, and evaluate their important results or outcomes in their work with children, young people, adults, or family/whanau.
Allen + Clarke is a public policy firm based in Wellington, New Zealand. We are trusted advisors to the public sector, the private sector, and NGOs.
Our company purpose is to mobilise passionate and capable people to tackle the challenges facing society.
Working together, Hikitia Consultants assists organisations to determine their performance story, and draw on evaluative information to enhance the quality and value of their services.
As a member of the Tuakana Teina Evaluation Collective, Louise Were (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) also works as part of a dynamic team providing responsive, useful and useable evaluation, research and policy.
The Kinnect Group is a professional cluster of four highly experienced and skilled evaluators – Nan Wehipeihana, Kate McKegg, Judy Oakden and Julian King. Our business model is built on longstanding collaborative relationships. Together, we offer the capacity of a medium sized firm with depth and breadth of complementary skill sets.
The Knowledge Institute has worked alongside organisations for over 12 years, building on their own ‘know how’ to develop evaluative thinking, skills and knowledge that contribute to insights about quality and value, inspiration for learning and change, and evidence that supports results based decision making and action.