Evaluating partnerships is essential for ensuring the health of the relationship and continuing to improve the collaboration. After at least six months a partnership should be formally evaluated. You can review the list of evaluation tools on the "Evaluation" page for a partnership and choose a formal assessment for a well-established partnership. If the partnership is younger than six months you can still provide an informal evaluation of the partnership on the "Evaluation" page without using a formal assessment tool.
How to Evaluate a Partnership
Begin by identifying the depth of the relationship. A list of options is outlined in a link underneath the input box.
Choose the assessment tool used and give a brief description of your findings. If no formal assessment was administered you will choose "None" and there will be no requirement to give a description of the results.
List any accomplishments by the partnership. Be sure to only include accomplishments that occurred during the current reporting period.
Include a list of lessons learned from the partnership for the current reporting period as well as any barriers or challenges encountered.